Are you having trouble with teams that use many different tools? Are some of your stakeholders into Asana, while others need Jira?
Unito is an automated sync tool that solves all your too many-tools problems. This review will cover the pros and cons.

What is Unito?
What apps does Unito use?
Zapier vs Unito: How do the tools compare
How to create a workflow
Let the sync begin!
Who is Unito aimed towards?
SummaryPin for later reading

Unito Product
Pricing: The price you pay depends on how many users you have, how many systems you need to connect and how fast you need them to sync. There are four main plans available starting at $10 per month for 10 users, and scaling up to $49. You can try it free of charge.
Hosting model: Unito, a cloud-based solution
Languages: Although the interface is available in English, the data you pull over is in any language that is used in the underlying system.
Summary Review of Unito: Unito’s interface is easy to use and powerful. Unito makes it easy to link productivity and project management tools without the need for coding or APIs. This is a must-have tool for diverse teams that use best-in-class tools and need to work together. The ultimate collaboration solution. What is Unito?
Unito is a workflow management tool that integrates with the tools you already use. It synchronizes data in real time so that each team can access the systems that are most useful to them. Unito eliminates the need to copy and paste data or tasks from one system into another.
Here’s an example.
Let’s say that your IT team uses Jira, and the Marketing team uses Asana. is also used by a third-party supplier.
Unito workflows can be set up so that:
Asana allows the Marketing team to add tasks to the IT department’s worklist. They automatically pull through to Jira, where they are ready to be assigned.
You can see the status of your supplier’s tasks in Asana and update it in
The IT team can complete a task within Jira, and it is sent back to Marketing for approval and final testing. Information is also sent to Jira Service Desk, so that the Jira team can see what’s due for release.

What can you do with Unito in other ways? Here are some examples:
Data from many tools goes into a masterboard that you manage as the PM
Zendesk management for ticketing. Then bugs are triaged to the correct team.
One-way feed that pushes data into an executive reporting dashboard.

Everyone can continue using the tools that they love, and Unito sends data back and forth in real-time bi-direction sync.
What apps does Unito use?
Unito is currently working with:
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Jira and Jira Service Desk

Unito allows for detailed, two-way, live task/project syncing between tools. This makes your team more efficient.
Project managers can see what is happening in the team’s work from one place, thanks to all the tools that feed back into the system they love.
Zapier vs Unito: How do the tools compare
Let me be transparent: I used think Zapier was the only way to connect different systems. My experience with Zapier was not great, probably due to user error.
Zapier is great for simple automation that uses simple logic. It is a one-way automation that uses rules. It allows me to ensure that my training courses are used by the right people.
Unito is different. Unito is different because it focuses on interactive collaboration and bidirectional synchronisation among different teams. Although it has fewer tools, it provides greater depth to them. It’s a workflow automation system that works in collaboration environments.
Learn more about the differences between Zapie and Unito