This blog describes how to perform an Asana Export and extract projects as a CSV file for custom reporting using the Asana console.

  1. Custom reporting is something several teams such as Sales and Marketing, Customer Support, etc. use to track progress and increase their efficiency.
  2. Apart from projects, you can also export search views or tasks from your workspaces.
  3. Asana supports exporting data in CSV and JSON data formats.
  4. This blog will first explain what Asana is, its use cases, and some of its core features. Afterward, it will focus on the steps required to perform an Asana Export and extract your data in the CSV format. Read along to learn these steps thoroughly.


  • Working knowledge of Asana.
  • An Asana account.
  • A general idea of working with text-based files.

How to Asana Export using the Web-based Dashboard

Use the following steps to export your data:

Step 1: Selecting the Desired Task for Asana Export

  • Login to your Asana account using your credentials, such as username and password. Once you’ve logged in, your Asana dashboard will now open up as shown in the below image.
  • Select your desired project, whose data you want to export. You can, either select multiple tasks from your project and export data related to them or export the entire project using the in-built export option in CSV or JSON format. This is shown in the below image.
Asana Export- Asana Customer Stories
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Step 2: Using the Project Actions Menu for Asana Export

  • To export the entire project, go to the project actions menu, adjacent to your project name. Click on the drop-down arrow and locate the export/print option as visible in the below image.
  • Click on the export/print option, a list of all supported formats such as JSON, CSV, etc. will now open up. Select CSV from the list of options.
  • A spreadsheet containing the fields such as task ID, creation date, completion date, last modified date, name, assignee, due date, etc. will now start downloading. This CSV file contains the complete information of your Asana project. You can use a spreadsheet application such as Excel to access your data and start analyzing it using various visualizations such as charts, graphs, etc., and pivot tables.
  • This is how you can perform an Asana Export and extract your Asana data as a CSV file from your dashboard.
Asana Export- Using the Project actions menu.
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Use Cases to Perform an Asana Export to CSV

Performing an Asana Export, allows users to export data in the form of a CSV file and perform various tasks such as:

  1. Creating an external record of completed tasks that you can share with your compliance and keep track of your work.
  2. You can use CSV files for creating compelling business reports by visualizing data using graphs, pivot tables, and aggregates in various spreadsheet applications such as Excel, Sheets, etc.
  3. Using the CSV files, you can create a data backup for your Asana data on your system. It allows you to keep track of tasks, maintain momentum, and remain focused by highlighting success and milestones.


  1. This article teaches you how to set up an Asana Export to CSV. It also provides in-depth knowledge about the concepts behind every step to help you understand and implement them efficiently.
  2. These methods, however, can be challenging especially for a beginner & this is where Hevo saves the day.
  3. Hevo with its strong integration with 100+ sources & BI tools, allows you to not only export & load data but also transform & enrich your data & make it analysis-ready in a jiffy.

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Software Developer, Hevo Data

Talha is a Software Developer with over eight years of experience in the field. He is currently driving advancements in data integration at Hevo Data, where he has been instrumental in shaping a cutting-edge data integration platform for the past four years. Prior to this, he spent 4 years at Flipkart, where he played a key role in projects related to their data integration capabilities. Talha loves to explain complex information related to data engineering to his peers through writing. He has written many blogs related to data integration, data management aspects, and key challenges data practitioners face.

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