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Enhanced Forms support – now you can set a form’s due date, assignee; send confirmation email to submitters

Announcing a new Forms Support feature in Flowsana! With this set of capabilities, you can do the following: Have an email notification sent to the form submitter You can choose to have form submitters automatically receive an email confirmation, letting them know their submission has been successfully received. The email will contain the contents of their submission; in addition, you have the ability to enter your own desired Subject line, as well as any text you want…

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How do Asana’s Rules compare to Flowsana’s Rules?

As you may know, Asana recently introduced an If-Then Rules capability. A number of users have asked how this functionality compares to Flowsana’s If-Then Rules. In response, here are some tables comparing Asana vs. Flowsana. While Asana has a few triggers and actions that Flowsana does not have (yet!), you’ll see that overall Flowsana can handle almost all rule conditions and actions that Asana can, plus Flowsana provides a number of important capabilities that Asana…

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Automatically add subtasks from a template, auto-create new projects, automate your tasks from a project end date , and more

A new Flowsana update is out, featuring a number of additions that a lot of people have been asking for. Here’s what’s new in this release. Add subtasks from a template Now you can have Flowsana automatically add a predefined set of subtasks to a task based on any available If-Then Rule condition. How this works is that you create a task, in any project, and add a set of subtasks underneath it. This task becomes in…

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Announcing Two Enhancements When Creating a Workflow

We’ve just made two enhancements to the Add Workflow page when creating new Flowsana workflows. Easier searching Previously, when typing into any drop-down field while creating a workflow – this means Projects and Teams, and for rule workflows, Tags, Users, Sections and Custom Fields – Flowsana used a “starts with” search method. That is, you had to type the exact beginning of the value you were wanting to set. It now uses a “contains” search method instead.…

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Team Billing Is Here

Flowsana’s billing system was initially based on the total number of Asana users in your organization or workspaces which contained workflow-enabled projects. We call that total your Flowsana “Billable Users” count. We recognized that in many cases, members of an organizational team wanted to take advantage of Flowsana for their team-centered work. It was not practical for them to pay for users in other teams who may not be using Flowsana, or who they should not…

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Announcing new Flowsana features and enhancements

Just released: lots of new Flowsana features, enhancements, fixes! New workflow type: Hashtag Automation Hashtag Automation allows you to enter and modify fields and elements of a task by using hashtags within the task’s Description field. Specifically, you can use hashtags to enter or modify the following information: The task’s due date The task’s assignee Tags Additional projects Once you’ve enabled hashtag recognition for a project, you use this feature simply by typing a hashtag symbol…

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Flowsana Update: New Features and More

I’m happy to announce the addition of two new rule actions, and some performance improvements and bug fixes. New rule action: Email Notifications!Users can now receive an email notifying them whenever any rule condition is met. You can get notified when a certain tag is added or removed from a task, when a custom field is set to a particular value, and much more. You can choose to have notifications go to the task’s assignee,…

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Announcing Flowsana

What is Flowsana? Flowsana is a service, specifically created for and integrated with Asana, which provides a number of automation capabilities for your Asana projects. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial subscription at https://flowsana.net. More specifically, Flowsana consists of three different types of workflows that you can apply to any of your projects. Auto-Adjust DueDate-Based Workflow This type of workflow is simple: If you change the due date of a task in the…

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