Automatic migration from Jira to Asana


#1

Hi all,

We would like to know if it is possible to perform an automatic migration of a project already created in Jira (with multiple tasks, status, filters and users) to Asana.

We currently have a Jira license but would be interested in changing the application to share a project with another team (from another organization) in a simpler way.

We are testing with a trial version, but following the instructions on the page (see image below). Figure that it would be possible to add tasks via CSV, which is not possible in the trial version. Is this correct?

Good afternoon. Good afternoon,

We would like to know if it is possible to perform an automatic migration of a project already created in Jira (with multiple tasks, status, filters and users) to Asana.

We currently have a Jira license but would be interested in changing the application to share a project with another team (from another organization) in a simpler way.

We are testing with a trial version, but following the instructions on the page (see image below). It figures that it would be possible to add tasks via CSV, which is not possible in the trial version. Is this correct?

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After doing a little research this morning we discovered that there are applications like:

  • Unito
  • Ziper
    These applications allow us to synchronize both applications, but more than that we would be interested in a migration of all the tasks to use only Asana instead of Jira, Could you tell us how we can do a test?

Thanks in advance!


#2

@Marc maybe you can answer! He is the founder of Unito!

Bastien
Asana Certified Pro, consultant, author and developer


#3

Hi @Gema_Leiro you can use Unito to keep both systems in parallel and in sync (so as to not force everyone off their favorite tool), do a rolling migration (progressively move over), or a one-time migration. Note however that while we’ll link attachments across, we won’t download and re-upload file attachments between tools (but neither will the CSV import or Zapier).

Also, Zapier is event triggered so isn’t as practical for migrations.

Just try it, there’s a 14 day trial: https://unito.io/sync/asana/jira/

Marc @ Unito


#4

Thank you very much@Marc and @Bastien_Siebman! I’m already testing the trial version and have a call scheduled to explore with one of your experts the features that best suit our particular case.


#5

@Marc you are the best :+1: