Just starting here to try out Asana for a small voluntary organization to primarily track IT jobs, projects, and documentation.
We have multiple people role-sharing and joining/leaving, so passwords are often simple or uncontrolled. Tracking who needs passwords sometimes gets lost because our site does not have a systems administrator.
I haven’t really looked into any integrations, but I am wondering if anyone uses Asana for password control in any way?
I am hoping for a way to allow certain Asana users to see only particular passwords. If one is changed, then users with rights to view that password can see the update.
In the past I have just used Password Safe (https://pwsafe.org/) to track. I was thinking of using Google Drive (which can be integrated with Asana) to keep the encrypted database in the cloud and give the master password to key people, but this does not have any real granular control.
I’m sure there’s better ways to do this and am open to ideas! If i switch to a dedicated cloud-based password service, I’d really like it to work with Asana but it’s not mandatory