Receiving Replies in your Asana Task
Get replies from your designer within Asana with the help of Zapier
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Written by CJ Robles
Updated over a week ago

Another cool way to connect Design Pickle with Asana through Zapier is that you can receive replies coming from your designer within Asana! How cool is that?

No need to keep checking your inbox, and you can keep all your projects all in one place (although our platform is that way too!)

So let's dive into the specifics.

What You'll Need:

  • An Asana account

  • A Zapier account

  • A Design Pickle account

  • And 5-10 minutes to set up the Zap!

Create Your Zap:

Start by heading to Zapier and starting a new Zap, where the first app is Design Pickle, and the second is Asana.

Your Zap set up should look like this:

Then, choose "Use Zap" and let's set it up!

Step One: Setting up the Trigger

1) Connect your Design Pickle account, if you haven't done so already.

  • If you haven't set up your Design Pickle / Zapier connection yet, review this article about your API Token.

2) Zapier will want to test the connection to make sure it can find data. Run this test, and continue.

Step Two: Setting up the Action

1) Connect your Asana account.

2) Customize your Story for the Zap:

  • Note: Zapier will ask you for more information and make sure you choose the correct settings. A very important setting is the Request Zapier ID, make sure to choose the correct one by customizing the Task.

3) Once your Zap looks like the above, you're good to run a test.

4) Check your Asana task to see if the reply came through and if it did...celebrate!!

You're ready to turn your Zap on 😁

Want additional Zapier support from Design Pickle?

We’ve got you covered.

Please note: You will not be able to send a reply back to your designer through the Asana task. This Zap will only send replies from your designer to Asana. You will need to return to in order to share feedback.

Tip: include "" in the text field under the Reply Body, this way you can click the link and easily jump back over to Jar to reply!

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