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Asana Integration

Organizations: Manage and use your bi-directional Asana integration

Updated over a week ago


Enterprise and Professional customers can now synchronize information between HackerOne reports and Asana tasks bidirectionally.

This integration empowers users to effortlessly transfer targeted workflows between Asana and HackerOne. By fostering alignment between development and security teams, this integration streamlines security vulnerability management, alleviating the need for manual coordination between Asana and HackerOne.

For initial setup, check out our Asana Setup document.

Use Cases

Use Case 1

Access vulnerability data reported in the HackerOne platform from your chosen workflow management application, Asana.


User A views new comments, changes in state, assignee, and priority submitted in the HackerOne platform directly in Asana.

Use Case 2

Whilst development and security teams manage vulnerabilities from Asana, the data is automatically visible to HackerOne teams in the H1 platform to respond to.


User B changes the report state and the assignee in Asana and the details are automatically reflected in the HackerOne Platform

Create an Asana Task Reference

Create a New Asana task

With this integration, you can generate a new Asana task reference for the reports you receive on HackerOne.

To generate a new Asana task reference from your HackerOne report:

  1. Navigate to the HackerOne report in your inbox.

  2. Click the References section.

  3. Select the Asana integration from the dropdown menu.

  4. Click Create.

Linking HackerOne Reports to Existing Asana Task

You can link your HackerOne reports to existing Asana tasks.

Method 1:

  1. Go to the HackerOne report in your inbox that you want to link to Asana.

  2. Click References in the report sidebar.​

  3. Select Link issue and enter the Asana unique task ID in the Reference ID field.​

    1. The unique task ID can be found within the task's URL, typically located at the end of the link after the last forward slash ("/").

    2. The link usually takes the form of<project_id>/<task_id>, where the task ID is represented by the final number sequence after the last forward slash ("/").

  4. Click Create.

Method 2:

  1. Go to the bottom of your HackerOne report.

  2. Select Change state > Triaged in the action picker

  3. Click Add reference to issue tracker.

  4. Enter the Asana unique task ID in the Reference ID field.

  5. Click Create.

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