Create a new project within your Asana organization.
|Organization||Organizations in your Asana workspace.||Dropdown||TRUE|
|Name||Name of the new project.
You cannot create multiple projects with the same name. Use the Search Project action to make sure you aren't duplicating project names.
|Due On||Due date for the new project. You can format the date in one of two ways:
||Date & Time||FALSE|
|Public?||Indicates whether the project is accessible by team members; True if the project should be visible by all team members, or False if the project is restricted.||Boolean||FALSE|
|Description||Description of the new project.||String||FALSE|
|Status|| Indicate the status of a project by either color or description or both.
Status is not required to create a project. A project status is added or updated if you provide values for both the Status Color and Description when you create or update a project.
|Status Color||Color that represents the status of the new project. Options are On Track, At Risk, Off Track, or On Hold.||Dropdown||FALSE|
|Description||Description of the project's status.||String||FALSE|
Find a Team ID or the User ID of a project owner by searching for a Team Name or Owner Name.
|Team ID||Numeric identifier of the team to whom the new project is assigned.
This field is required. Find a team's identifier by navigating to Team Conversations. The identifier can be found in the team's URL.
This is also a required field if you select an organization from the Options > Organization dropdown. You need to identify the team with which you'll share the project.
|Team Name||Name of the team to whom the project is assigned.||String||FALSE|
|User ID||Unique identifier of the user.||Number||FALSE|
|Owner Name||Name of the user to whom the new project is assigned.||String||FALSE|
|Project ID||Numeric identifier of the new project.||Number|