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Create a proof directly from Asana
Create a proof directly from Asana

Here’s how to create a proof directly from an Asana task. You can create a proof of a file attachment, email, or website URL.

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Written by Gemma
Updated over a week ago

With the PageProof app, you can create proofs directly from an Asana task.

You can create a proof of:

  • A file attachment

  • An email – for example, an HTML email from a marketing system such as Mailchimp, Salesforce, etc.

  • A website URL – for example, a live website, a staging server, a share link from Figma, Google Docs, InVision, Office 365 PowerPoint presentation, Sketch, etc.

To create a proof from Asana

Step 1

Follow these instructions to add the PageProof app to your Asana project.

Step 2

Open the Asana task, and click the dropdown next to PageProof and select the option create new proof.

Click the drop down field and select create new proof

Step 3

In the Create New Proof window, choose whether to set up the proof using the PageProof setup screen or Asana setup screen.

If you choose PageProof, your screen will look like this:

Create new proof screen showing setup option PageProof

If you choose Asana, your screen will look like this:

Create new proof screen showing setup option Asana

Note: Workflows shown in the workflow drop-down list are workflow templates that have been shared with your team.

Step 4

Select the file (or email, or website URL), and complete the create new proof form details. Then click submit.

If you chose PageProof as the proof setup screen, you will see the PageProof widget update to say awaiting setup. Click the PageProof widget to complete the setup in PageProof where you can apply a proof template, see your workflow templates (as well as workflow templates that have been shared with your team), add additional owners, apply other settings, and more.

PageProof Asana widget showing 'awaiting setup'

Proof setup screen

The proof will be created and the PageProof widget on the task will display important proof information – and be kept up to date with the proof’s progress automatically.

PageProof widget displaying proof information

Video tutorials

Creating a proof from Asana using the Asana setup screen

Creating a proof from Asana using the PageProof setup screen

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