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Popular work management platform Asana is currently facing an outage. The service has become inaccessible and users are taking to social media platforms like Twitter to voice their concern on this issue.

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For its part, team Asana has acknowledged the issue on Twitter. They have sent out a couple of tweets within past 30 minutes confirming they are aware of this outage and are investigating it.



As you can see, there’s currently no ETA for a fix. Asana’s status page lists it as a ‘partial API outage’ with the following messages:

Update – Asana is down for most people. We are working on it as fast as we can. Thank you for your patience.
May 20, 08:46 UTC

Investigating – Some users are having trouble with the API. We are investigating. Sorry for the inconvenience.
May 20, 08:37 UTC

If you are affected by this outage, wait is currently the only option you have. Rest assured, we are keeping an active tab on the matter, and will update the story as soon as we have any newsworthy development on the matter.

Update 1

The issue has been fixed. The platform’s status page now says all systems are operational.

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