Update: The latest version of this tool, with GUI, can be found here. If you prefer the old command-line version, though, you can download it below. Please note, though, that I’m not updating this version, and it doesn’t include subtask or comment export.
Some people have been hitting this site with search strings to do with exporting information from Asana. If you’re one of those people, you’ve probably already found out that Asana doesn’t have an official export tool at present. It is something they’re looking into, and if it’s important to you, let them know and tell them what features you’d like in this thread on their support forum.
That’s all very well and good, but what if you need to export tasks right now? Well, since it’s obviously something that people need, I’ve written a little tool that will get a list of all your Asana tasks and export them out to a tab-delimited file that’s saved to your desktop. It’s fairly basic, and there are no options about what’s exported (project name, task name, notes, assignee name, due date and completed date), but I hope it will be useful to some of you.
Sound good? Download it here:
If you have any questions or problems, contact me, or leave a comment below.