The Dropbox + Asana integration helps teams easily attach Dropbox files to a task from the task pane, and use Asana Rules to automatically upload files to a Dropbox folder.
Dropbox is secure cloud storage that allows you to break free from your storage and file size limits. Store all your content in a single, safe place and easily share files with anyone.
Quickly add your chosen file from Dropbox by clicking the paperclip icon and selecting Dropbox from the list.
With Asana Rules, teams can automatically upload task attachments to a specific Dropbox folder to streamline sharing, storage, and collaboration. Teams can go from manually transferring files to choosing triggers that automatically and securely upload task attachments to Dropbox for easy reference.
For example, teams can use Asana to work on asset approvals and, following approval, automatically upload the task attachment to a specific Dropbox folder to ensure final assets get uploaded to the correct location.
Here’s how to attach a Dropbox file to an Asana task:
Note: This integration is already built into Asana, but you need to sign up for a Dropbox account to get started.
Here’s how to set up the Asana Rules integration with Dropbox:
To learn more about using the Dropbox + Asana integration, visit the Asana Guide
If you have questions, feedback, or need support, contact the Asana support team .
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