Thank you for the welcome and the information. I’m wondering if there is any update to this type of integration? I’ve been following it for some time now and it does seem that many people are interested in this feature.
Would love to know if this is in the works or if there is a suggested workaround to alleviate collaborators from having to sign in and out of multiple asana accounts to view a shared project managed through one organization’s account.
@Emily_Roman@Marie Hi ladies! I have an education company where we want to share our Project templates we’ve created with our clients to duplicate and have in their own asana workspace. We have a high volume of clients so accessing everyone’s Asana workspace isn’t what we need- we just want to be able to share the template for them to duplicate. I know you can download it as a csv file and they can upload that but it always comes out a little wonky and anytime a change is made to the template, that csv file is old. What are your suggestions as of right now? Thanks guys!
Is this being implemented yet?? This should be of highest priority, it’s becoming a major barrier for me to collaborate with other companies I work with and discouraging the use of asana in preference of slack or, worse yet, email. Pleaaaase help us!! Count me in for 10000000000000 votes!
Agree, I’ve needed this for a few years now to share with clients easily so they can use the templates I create in their businesses! Can we get word on the development of this please? @Emily_Roman@Marie thanks you ladies!
I could not upvote this more highly. Just like Slack Connect was a game changer allowing people to see all of their slacks in one place, so is this one! Being able to mirror/sync projects across work places is so important given how many companies collaborate together to get the job done. And, each one has their own workspace which means everyone has to jump across multiple places and can’t have a single board to see all the work they have to do. This is a no-brainer. I’m looking around to find workarounds using Zaps to connect to Trello and then back to Asana.
I get that you cannot share projects across Orgs and Workspaces. I also understand the complexities that must be involved for this to not make it to the product roadmap (I was employee #5 at AtTask/Workfront).
But as a consultant, I’d sure love one login that allows me to switch between shared (and unconnected) workspaces. It’s not perfect, but it’s one less login/logout.
4 years later and it hasn’t been done yet. We’re experiencing growing pains and without this feature, we’re looking at other tools to recommend to not just the roster of clients that we have but also to the consultants and contractors that we’re speaking with. Once we’ve decided on another tool that accommodates this feature all clients and consultants will be transferring over.
If anyone here has already discovered a better alternative please comment in this thread to help all the people that have been waiting for this for years now.
4 years of comments all asking for a way to be in 2 Asana company portals and no remedy. When both have Asana and I accept an invite I can no longer see my company Asana Portal. Reset PW and now I am not able to be in the other as a guest. Kind of disappointing as I have now wasted hours of precious time. The antithesis of what Asana is meant to offer.
This is becoming a serious miss for Asana now, and I think it’s going to hold back the adoption.
We’re bumping into clients, partners and other businesses where we want to share work and keep updated within eachother’s workspaces. We’re naturally sharing information through shared slack channels, but it’s impossible to do within Asana. To the extent where we do, we start looking for other tools (google docs, a shared trello, etc). I don’t think Asana can really afford not to build this functionality.
It also seems strange for it not to exist. The business talks a lot about building the work graph, improving collaboration, or reducing information silos. Ultimately, though, that’s not possible unless organisations can collaborate.
I own several companies in different fields and participate in several Asana accounts. Most of my personal tasks sits across two our of our retail brands (both different Asana’s), but we also have a software/IT firm, a real estate firm and a coworking space… so I’m spread across 5 Asana.
The people in the software/IT work across the four other entities.
Not having a better way to share both tasks and projects between workspaces/Asana’s is a nightmare and really hurting my productivity.