Is there a way to download the IDs of all the projects in an organization at once?
If you’re willing to do a little massaging of the output, one way is via the Asana API Explorer. You can use the
GET /projects endpoint.
Do you have more than 100 projects? If so, it’s a bit more work - you have to use the
offset parameter - let me know if you need to know how to do that.
Maybe @Bastien_Siebman’s minimalist work - Work less with better tools and methods offers this in its advanced version?
Asana2Go can certainly easily report the project GID but you have to select tasks to start off the process, so only helpful if you have a task in each each project.
Yes my overview tool has a CSV export (paid feature), @watanabe_hiroshi let me know if you want to know more.
@Phil_Seeman Thanks for the very useful information, I didn’t know how to use the API Endpoint, I’ll look into that and give it a shot!
@lpb Thanks for letting me know Asana2go!
It looks interesting and I will look into it.
@Bastien_Siebman I am interested in CSV Export. I’m going to try the method that the other two people gave me first. If I can’t figure it out, let me talk to you!
You won’t need to know how to use the API per se - in the API Explorer, just select
Projects from the top dropdown list and
GET /Projects from the second dropdown:
Down the page, change
Limit to be
100. If you have more than 100 projects and want info on how to deal with that, let me know.
But you may find the format of the resulting output to be something you can’t easily deal with depending on your technical skill level and needs. You may be better off with Bastien’s CSV export.
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