Asana and Office 365

@Julien_RENAUD I typically use Chrome for Asana so I keep trying it on that browser and I just can’t get it to work. I’ve clear all of my cache and I’ve made sure that third party cookies are allowed as well. When I sign into Microsoft 365 the box disappears and nothing else happens. I’m wondering if this is on our end how we have OneDrive set up.

Thanks,
Katie

@TonyC is there any way to add a ‘search’ box? Would be incredibly helpful especially on some MS Sharepoint sites where there is a gigantic nested folder structure.

HI @Ben_Brenner, unfortunately we’re loading the interface for the picker via Microsoft’s SDK so they are in control of what is available on the UI there. It does not look like search capability is currently available, hopefully this will make it into a future version of the picker!

That’s a bummer, wonder if there is a feature request with Microsoft to improve that SDK.

We are also doing this. Thanks for sharing!

I am trying to use the attach One Drive/SharePoint, and it says it needs an admin to grant permissions to this app. Can anyone provide more information on this?

Hi Kristen,

To my knowledge this integration hasn’t been fixed. @Marie can you confirm this? I believe Asana was working with Microsoft and it was on the Microsoft end. My workaround has been to paste the Sharepoint url of the file or folder into an Asana task space.

Katie

It looked like back in June, @TonyC and @Julien_RENAUD were saying it worked…? I was trying to figure out if that is the case or not.

It is still working well today. When I want to add an attachment, I click on the paper clip and have access to all OneDrive or Sharepoint documents. This saves us from putting a link and the file remains on Sharepoint.

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@Julien_RENAUD and @Kristen_Adams,
I think this also has to do with how your Onedrive is set up, if you are at a business. Mine still doesn’t work.

Katie