As someone who has multiple meetings with clients, having the video stored separately from notes or in folders just does not work for me. The Zoom integration with Asana has been pivotal to me, as I personally use Clients as projects and the meetings inside them I have as tasks (alongside other tasks for that client of course). Obviously this is just one use case out of a million but here are my top favorite things about the Zoom integration:
1. Attach zoom meetings and the recording to the Asana Task
You have the ability inside the task (providing you have connected your project to the zoom app first under customize) to connect an existing meeting using the task ID or to create a new zoom meeting from Asana itself.
2. The ability to make tasks from within the zoom meeting
In meetings you can use the apps button on your zoom to access the Asana for zoom sidebar allowing you to create tasks during your meeting and attach them to existing projects, add due dates and assignees. Any Tasks that were linked will also show in this sidebar as agenda items.
You can also use the subtasks underneath to have action items and questions!
3. The option to add transcription straight into my tasks
If your Zoom plan has access to recordings and/or transcripts, and your account has it enabled, Asana will automatically retrieve the recording link and/or transcript and attach them to the linked task in Asana. So you never have to worry about not taking notes, as it will do it for you and add it to the task.
If you link the meeting to multiple tasks, all of the tasks will have the attachments of transcript and video added to it so there is no need to search!
To get this super integration linked up click here: https://asana.com/apps/zoom
Then add to your projects under customize and apps:
Hopefully this makes your life easier, like it did mine!