I’m following these instruction to auto-forward gmail to create tasks in an Asana project (https://asana.com/guide/help/email/email-to-asana). Problem is that the original sender’s email does not appear on the Asana task (in the description or on the attachment). Anyone have a solution or workaround?
When you forward an email to someone, don’t you have a header placed above the email with the date, sender, destination etc? That might be a configuration of your email client.
@Bastien_Siebman No, not when using gmail auto-forwarding. And Asana doesn’t seem to do anything with the non-inline header info except feed the subject to the task name.