We have developed a native integration for Asana to ensure a smooth, seamless connection with Timeneye.
In this article, you’ll learn to:
- link your Asana account to Timeneye
- link and import Asana projects
- link and import your Asana users
- register time directly from Asana
Linking your Asana projects with your Timeneye account helps you to keep track of your work and register time for your Asana tasks without having to switch between the two apps.
1) Start by linking your Asana account to Timeneye. Open the Integrations section on your account and select Asana.
2) From here you will be able to manage your Asana integration, users, and projects. Simply click on Link Asana to this account to start linking your Asana to Timeneye.
3) You may be asked to provide your Asana credentials. Then, Timeneye will ask for permissions to retrieve all your Asana information on your projects and users. Simply grant permission and you will be good to go!
4) You can now start managing your new Asana integration panel. Don’t forget to link or import all your user and projects before tracking time.
First of all, you have to link or import all your projects and users to Timeneye. You can do so by using the Auto import and Auto-link options: all your projects and users will be automatically imported and linked to Timeneye.
The first option would be to use the Auto import and Auto-link options: all your projects will be automatically imported and linked to Timeneye. We recommend using this option when you have to mass import and link your projects at once.
Otherwise, you can import/link your project and users manually one by one in the Project section of the account:
1) Access the Project section from inside the Asana integration panel.
2) To link your Asana projects to an existing Timeneye project, simply select Link, and then select the project from the dropdown menu list. Is your project not yet present inside Timeneye? No problem! You can add it to Timeneye it by simply clicking Import.
Please note: all your Asana Sections will be imported inside Timeneye as Phases.
To experience a full integration between the two platform, you will also have to link your Asana users to Timeneye. The procedure is very similar to linking and importing the projects.
The first option would be to use the Auto-link users options: all your users will be automatically linked to Timeneye. We recommend using this option when you have to mass import and link your users at once.
Otherwise, you can import/link your users manually one by one in the Users section of the account:
1) Access the User tab from inside the Asana integration panel.
2) To link your Asana users to an existing Timeneye user, simply select Link. You can Import users directly from Asana into Timeneye if necessary.
Now your integration is fully operational and ready to start tracking time!
Timeneye allows you to register time directly from Asana, commenting on tasks with the time spent on them. Registering time across multiple platforms has never been so simple:
1) Open an Asana task related to a project which is linked to Timeneye:
2) Enter a comment with the amount of time spent on that task (don’t worry if you still haven’t completed the task, you will be able to register more time later by adding more comments). Formats accepted are, for example, “1h15″ or “75min” (see more at the end of this article).
3) That’s it! Once the comment is added, Timeneye will need just a few minutes to process it and register the time you entered into the appropriate project and task.
Supported time formats in Asana comments:
How will the registered time appear inside Timeneye?
- if the task is assigned under a section, Timeneye will save it as an Entry automatically.
- If the task is not under a section, it will come up as a Suggestion.
Register time on Asana by completing tasks
Timeneye also allows you to track time by marking a task as completed: when the tasks is completed in Asana, you will see it appear as a Suggestion.
You’ll be able to edit, ignore or accept the suggestion:
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