Hi there! I believe tools like taskclone and zapier make it easy to populate a OneNote task into a task in Asana. Is there a way to save the task to a specific project? For example if I have a OneNote that contains several tasks associated with two different projects, is there a way to ensure that one set of OneNote tasks go into Project 1 in Asana and the second set of tasks go into Project 2 in Asana?
Hello @ValO welcome to the Asana Community Forum!
I am not sure whether Zapier or Make for example allow you to split stuff when copying it into Asana.
Now I did a quick research and found this tool:
Based on their website it seems to be possible
I recommend reaching out to them or testing it out directly.