IFTTT is like Zapier, and has the ability to connect to iOS reminders. These are connected to Siri.
The complex thing is that IFTTT does not support Asana and Zapier does not support iOS Reminders, so you need to create a complex hop between your phone, IFTTT, something in the middle, Zapier and Asana. Complex, but doable.
- You say “Siri, remind me to write a blog post about connecting iOS Reminders to Asana”
- IFTTT will see that there is a new iOS reminder, and will trigger an action that saves the reminder in a google spreadsheet
- Zapier will see that there is new line in the google spreasheet and will create a new task in Asana titled “write a blog post about connecting iOS Reminders to Asana”
As I mentioned, it is quite complex due to the limitation of either IFTTT and Zapier; however, I am sure that you can create your own server side application that polls the iOS Reminders every minute and triggers an action to the Asana API every time there is a new one.
Let’s not forget that Zapier & IFTTT are nothing more than connectors, but with a bit of practice and nerdiness you can simply code some requests to move info from one API to another.