Asana & confluence integration


Hi there,
Our business use Atlassian Confluence mainly for collaboration purpose. Our marketing dept. just added Asana in order to manage our projects (love it!). However, I’m still trying to find the best integration for our tasks between the 2 applications.

We’ve added the “Asana for Confluence” feature, but it doesn’t seem that helpful to me: let’s say you are in a meeting (meeting notes: Confluence) and you assign a task to yourself, you have to open Asana 1st, generate the project and task in Asana, then get back to Confluence, paste the Asana Task link into your Confluence meeting note. Not that convenient…

Logic for me would be to take our meeting notes in Confluence with ability to create/push a project or task from Confluence into Asana. Then you work in Asana as soon as the meeting is over. I’ve checked Zapier, but Confluence is not available there.

Any idea?


Can you create an Asana task within a Confluence page?

Same issue here.
We would love to take meeting minutes in confluence and assign asana tasks without having to jump between applications.


I have integrated Confluence and Asana and I’m wondering if I can create an Asana task within a Confluence page. I am aware that you can paste an Asana task hyperlink in confluence and have it visible.


Hi @Barnett_Williams1! I’m not very familiar with Confluence, but my colleagues are recommending Hope this helps!


This cloud pipe between asana and concluence does not seem to yet be created. Are you sure it’s active?


That’s the exact same thing we are looking for, because pasting an Asana task hyperlink in Confluence is counterproductive.


It really is :weary:. Far too much room for error.


Totally agree with the main point of this post, would love to see a Full integration between Asana and Confluence. Asana is a core piece of our workflow, as is Confluence, but as the deepen their grip in our organization, this feature is becoming a glaring drawback.

Without a more seamless integration between these two tools, we may start to look elsewhere.


Is there a fix coming for this? Would love to find a way to keep Asana as part of our workflow, but comprehensive Confluence integration is essential.


+1 on this being an issue


Hello Marie. I don’t feel this topic is among Asana’s development priorities. For my parts, this affects my ability to expand Asana to other departments in our organization. In the end, It’s going to be easier to make my department switch from Asana to another Project Management tool, that make the rest of the company drop Confluence. Please keep me posted on this.


Will do @Charles_Sevigny! Thanks for providing me with more context!