Vinyasa: Asana requests from Slack

Vinyasa: Quick start

Before you get started, make sure you have completed installation. Head to the @Vinyasa app home. To find it, search @Vinyasa in the Jump to search bar. Make sure you are on the Home tab. In the New Integration section, choose a channel for the integration from the select menu. Choose to create a new […]

Vinyasa: Install

Before installing @Vinyasa, you must be logged into Asana as well as Slack. We HIGHLY recommend that you create a service user in Asana, otherwise a real user will follow each of the tasks that Vinyasa creates. After creating the service user, log into Asana as this user before you begin install. Slack does not […]

Vinyasa: App settings

The following settings for @Vinyasa can be configured using the App Settings button near the top of the app home tab: Theme You can choose between Light and Dark themes to match the @Vinyasa app home to your Slack client setting. Navigation You can choose between Drawers and Pages to change the UI of the […]

Vinyasa: Close out a request

To close out a @Vinyasa request, first ensure that the appropriate response, including any deliverables, has been added the thread on the original request message in Slack. Any files uploaded to the thread will be added to comments to the task in Asana as links. Mark the task as Complete in Asana, this will stop […]

Vinyasa: Track a request in Asana

Thread replies on the original @Vinyasa request in Slack will be added to the corresponding task in Asana as comments. Any files uploaded to the thread will be added to comments as links. Comments made by Asana users on the task itself will not be sent to Slack, this allows for internal collaboration with the […]

Vinyasa: Triage a request in Asana

In Asana, newly created @Vinyasa tasks will appear in the appropriate project when they are submitted. Once either or both of the following happen, a thread reply is added to the Slack message for the task. Due date in Asana is set or changed, either by the requester in the form, or during triage in […]

Vinyasa: Submit a request

In the Existing integrations section of the @Vinyasa app home, click the Request button below the integration of your choosing. Alternatively you can run the /vinyasa command from the appropriate public channel. After completing all of the required request form fields and any desired optional fields, click Submit. A message will appear in the public […]

Vinyasa: Modify a request form

To modify a request request field for an existing @Vinyasa integration, select Request form builder from the overflow menu (…) in the app home tab. The Current request form fields are shown at the top of the modal. You can either: Start from scratch by choosing a field from the select menu across from the […]

Vinyasa: Field types and restrictions

The following field types are available in the Request field library found in the overflow menu (…) for each existing integration in the @Vinyasa app home. All fields in the shown in the Request field library can be made optional. Static select Appears as a drop down menu with pre-set options Options filter as the […]

Vinyasa: Modify an existing request field

To modify an existing request field for an existing @Vinyasa integration, select Request field library from the overflow menu (…) in the app home tab. Click the Edit button below the field you wish to modify. Some field types have special settings described in the Field types and restrictions section. Make your selections for any […]