Reports from Asana in PDF

Hi, I wondered if it’s possible to download pdf reports directly from Asana.
I,m thinking of reports that show project progression, time line, task completion etc ?


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Hi @trond.holthe

You can’t export directly to pdf from Asana itself, but I’d recommend the Asana2Go Chrome extension. There’s more detail here:

If you watch the demo video, you can see how to export as a pdf. I’m sure @lpb would gladly answer any questions on it.

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Thanks @Mark_Hudson and hi @trond.holthe,

Actually, both Asana and Asana2Go use the browser’s Print dialog and it’s Print to PDF capability for PDF output. So in Asana, you can print to pdf for some things as explained in Setting Up a Project in Asana | Product Guide • Asana Product Guide . But that choice isn’t present for Timeline, say, (which I believe Asana has said is coming at some point) so you’d need to capture a screenshot and then print that to pdf.

Asana2Go offers nearly 20 standard output options, and an unlimited number you can create yourself. When you write “project progression” I’m not sure what you mean precisely, but perhaps this article and video on an Asana2Go capability would help:



and in case you need to edit something, I can recommend pdfchef from A very simple and nice program

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Unfortunately, if I have a project with several tasks (written notes, images, replies from others, etc.) I am not able to export this as one (full) PDF file with all details and images included, as one can see in each ‘exploded’ task. All it get is the tasks headers only . . .
Once a project is finished (R&D and Design) I need to be able to export this as one complete document (printed, Word or PDF) but have not found a solution to do this. Note, we do not use Asana for time or people management, just for ‘logging’ every step in R&D and Design, until ready for production.
Any suggestions welcome - Gerard

I would like to join this issue asking for a solution, so it would be possible to export in one unique pdf all subtasks (and its lower subtasks) with comments and attached files, from the upper task.
It is very annoying doing it one by one subtask.

In my case I use Asana to construction supervision, and I would like to have a complete report for each task.
I have tried Asana2go, but it is too complicated to customize and it doesn’t get what I need.

Regards from Spain.

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