Plan, schedule, and stay on top of your day, and use Asana Rules to automatically schedule events on your calendar.
Google Calendar is a scheduling calendar service that allows you to easily schedule meetings and manage your time by keeping all your calendars in one place.
The Google Calendar + Asana integration helps teams plan, schedule, and stay on top of their day or use Asana Rules to automatically schedule events on their calendar.
With Asana Rules, teams can go from manually scheduling meetings to automatically creating a meeting with project collaborators when a task reaches a certain stage.
For example, teams can use this Rule to trigger creating an event in a team calendar when a task is moved to a "Scheduled" section. Teams can also use this for recurring task scenarios: you can have a recurring "Send agenda for meeting" task which sends out an event invite when the task is completed. This rule can also be set on My Tasks so that tasks assigned to you with due dates are tracked in Google Calendar
Easily sync Asana tasks or projects to your Google Calendar to ensure work doesn't slip through the cracks.
Here’s how to set up the Asana Rules integration with Google Calendar:
Here’s how to embed Asana tasks or projects into Google Calendar:
To sync an Asana project:
To sync your My Tasks:
Note: This is one-way sync from Asana to your calendar. Updates to your calendar will not be reflected in Asana.
To learn more about using the Google Calendar + Asana Rules integration, visit the Asana Guide or for project syncing with Google Calendar, visit this Asana Guide.
If you have questions, feedback, or need support, contact the Asana Support team.
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