If you need to figure out how to access the necessary credentials, head here for a detailed walk through.
Let's first select the source from the list of taps in hotglue.
Now that we have selected Asana as a source, we are going to put in the OAuth Client ID and the Oauth Client Secret. Once you've entered your OAuth credentials, click the Save button.
A window will pop-up asking you to log in to Asana with your credentials. Go ahead and log in.
Once you have logged in, you will be asked if you would like to grant hotglue permission to access your Asana account. Click Allow.
And that is all you need to do to link Asana!
You now have added Asana as a data source for your flow. Next, you need to configure the mapping for your Asana data. Click on the field map button to get started.
Now you can select specific Tables that you may want to map for your users. To do this, you simply select the gear icon on the right of any of the Table.
You can now select specific fields identified in each Table to map in the Field Editor. Once you have selected which fields you want, you click confirm.
Once you are done mapping any of the fields you want, you click save, and you have finished configuring your mappings.
To get your OAuth credentials for Asana, you are first going to need to log in to Asana.
Now that you are on the Asana home page, go to the top right of the page and click on your account icon.
From the resulting drop down, select the My Profile Settings option.
Now you will be taken to this pop-up, where you should navigate to the Apps tab.
On this page, you should go ahead and select the Manage Developer Apps button. This will open a new tab.
On this page, click the New App button.
You should input your company name in the App name section and check off the the terms and conditions. Once you have done that click the Create app button.
You will now be taken to this page. You should copy the Client ID and Client secret into hotglue. Make sure that you also set the Redicrect URL to
You have now gotten your credentials for Asana!