It’s easy to add a rule to automate actions in PageProof based on an Asana trigger event. For example, when the Asana task’s due date is approaching, skip all the reviewers holding up the proof in the current step.

Here’s how to set up a rule to automate actions in your Asana project for proofs referencing tasks:

Add a rule to your Asana project

Step 1

In Asana, in your project menu bar, click customize.

Customize button in the Asana project menu bar

Step 2

Click the rules icon.

Asana rules icon

Step 3

Click add rule.

Add a rule to your Asana project

Then, click create custom rule.

Create a custom rule

Step 4

Choose a trigger
A trigger is a task’s event. For example, when a task’s due date is approaching, or the task changes in priority. There are many triggers to choose from. In this example we have chosen the trigger due date is approaching.

Asana trigger for due date is approaching

Choose an action

Scroll down to see the available PageProof actions:

  • Nudge reviewers: Reviewers who have not yet finished reviewing the proof will be nudged.

  • Skip current step: The mandatory reviewers and gatekeepers holding up the current workflow step will be skipped.

  • Approve proof: The proof will be given final approval.

  • Archive proof: The proof will be set to archived.

Skip current step PageProof action based on an Asana trigger

After setting an action, click create rule.

This rule will now be applied to your Asana project.

Asana rule set up

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