Combine BugHerd with Asana for a complete Agency solution

Managing your client projects in Asana?

Make managing their feedback easy by linking BugHerd to Asana. BugHerd’s direct integration allows you to send tasks created in BugHerd to Asana, when and how you choose. Ensure no feedback from clients is missed, and streamline your website projects from beginning to completion.👇 

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Easy website feedback from BugHerd + the power of Asana

BugHerd provides a simple way for your team and clients to track bugs and provide feedback on web projects. It has a point and click interface, making it easy for even non-technical users to master.

If you use Asana for managing your client projects, BugHerd is a great way to get anyone outside your team to provide feedback without needing to create separate tasks in Asana. Plus BugHerd makes it easy to resolve bugs and action feedback by capturing a screenshot, plus technical information like browser, operating system, even the element the feedback is attached to, which can all be sent through to Asana as a task.

So how can you use BugHerd as a simple website feedback tool with Asana? To help out, we've answered the most commonly asked questions.

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What’s a bug tracking tool?
A bug tracking tool helps you and your team report bugs and issues in software.
Why should I use BugHerd and Asana?
Like a lot of powerful tools, it can be overwhelming to those who don’t use it frequently, and getting customers with little technical knowledge to report issues and bugs through Asana can be challenging. BugHerd can help with that challenge.
What do I need to install?
You need to have current plans for both Asana and BugHerd to integrate them. You will need to have a project set up for BugHerd.
Can I integrate BugHerd with other existing tools?
BugHerd integrates natively with Asana, Jira, Trello, Slack, GitHub and more.

BugHerd also works with Zapier or Integromat, allowing you to integrate with thousands of other tools.
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What information can be transferred between BugHerd and Asana?
Send feedback tasks from BugHerd to create a new Asana task or link tasks to an existing Asana task.

Send tasks, along with all the technical information such as browser, operating system, element plus the screenshot from BugHerd to Asana.

You can also choose to sync comments and update statuses between BugHerd tasks and Asana.
Can I see the screenshot in Asana?
Yes. Integrating BugHerd with Asana means that the screenshot, along with all the other technical information will be sent to Asana from BugHerd.
Can I close tasks in Asana and have them close in BugHerd?
Yes. You can choose to close Tasks in BugHerd when they are closed in Asana.

Benefits and advantages of using BugHerd and Asana

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BugHerd makes reporting bugs easy, even for non-technical people.

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BugHerd captures the technical information that's usually manually entered into Asana.

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BugHerd screenshots are included in the Asana ticket for easy developer viewing.

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BugHerd integrates with your team's existing Asana processes.

Integrate BugHerd with Asana in 3 easy steps

You don't need to know a line of code to be able to integrate BugHerd with Asana to create the ultimate Agency workflow.

Simply connect your BugHerd project to your Asana project, choose a section if you desire, then select when and how your BugHerd tasks are sent to your Asana project.
Step 1:
Link your BugHerd project to Asana from the Integrations page in BugHerd.
Step 2:
Select which project in Asana you want to link BugHerd to. You can also select a section in Asana.
Step 3:
Choose when and how you send BugHerd tasks to Asana, and what information you want updated and when. You're in control.
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