Every business has many repeating steps that they perform on a regular basis. With this tool all of those steps can be automated into Asana when a Google Form is submitted.
Those steps usually kick off when a key trigger initiates the process. That trigger could be an internal person starting a project or requesting something to be done, a client requesting you do something, or the initiation of a new lead for the business. The possibilities are endless and there are lots of repeating tasks in your business that this solution can help simplify.
Google Forms to Asana Checklist Pro comes packed with a bunch of features that allow communication between Google forms and Asana for automating and systemising these everyday tasks in your business.
We have built a lot of features into this solution that makes it simple to use and powerful in what it can deliver for you:
Keep in mind, the Google form that starts the process can be used both internally by your staff and externally by your clients. This solution gives you LOTS of options:
Yes. We've made a lot of effort to ensure that the file upload feature results in a URL link in the notifications email and Asana task that links to the uploaded file.
Yes 🙂 Sections work great with the solution. We support all the Google Form functionality.
Yes, One license allows anyone in your Google G Suite Account (your domain) to create forms for submission into Asana.
Yes, You can create a separate dashboard for each form if you like or one dashboard for all the tasks across all of your Google forms. Keep in mind, that if you have multiple users they will need access to edit the dashboard to make changes and connect their own forms.
No, the trial is completely free and only requires you to sign up for to get a trial license to activate the product. The license will be emailed out to you. Only once the trial ends will you buy the Pro version license.
You can contact us here for support.
Google Forms to Asana Checklist Pro has to link Google spreadsheets and forms together to create the solution. Naturally these sit in your Google Drive and through our setup Wizard we prompt users to create these documents. But we need permission to be able to move them into the same folder as your originating Google form. Is just for simplicity so you can find the linked files that were created in the same folder as your form. 🙂
Also Google forms released a new feature several months ago that allows an end user to upload files through the Google form as one of the questions in the form. Its pretty cool actually! So to make our product compatible we had to ensure that if someone used this feature and requested a form submitter to upload a file that our your Asana tasks and emails would generate the Google Drive link properly for the uploaded file, so that if you click it, the file opens.
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