Paginating requests for object sets that may be large is highly recommended. For requests that will return large result sets, the API may truncate the result or timeout attempting to gather the data. Pagination ensures a more reliable experience by limiting requests to a smaller number of objects at a time, ultimately getting you the results faster. Should there be more results, the API will return an offset that will allow you to access the next page.

Strongly prefer paginated requests

For all new features in the Asana API, pagination is required, and can be implemented by specifying a value for the limit parameter. Though they may return more results, our current unpaginated requests are still ultimately subject to a timeout limit, which means requests that work successfully one day may fail later due to factors such as server load and network latency.

Pagination limits provide a mechanism to specify a page size that we should always be able to serve regardless of these factors. To prevent current integrations from breaking, pagination is not enabled by default on "grandfathered" endpoints; instead, you can request paginated results by providing the optional limit parameter in your query. We will be working to deprecate requests to these endpoints in the future.


Client libraries

All of Asana's official client libraries support pagination by default.

When making a paginated request, the API will return a number of results as specified by the limit parameter. If more results exist, then the response will contain a next_page attribute, which will include an offset, a relative path attribute, and a full uri attribute. If there are no more pages available, next_page will be null and no offset will be provided. Note that an offset token will expire after some time, as data may have changed.



For the get audit log events endpoint, if you provide filters that match events in your domain, it will continue to return next_page even when there are no more matching events available. This design is intentional to mimic stream behavior. You can rely on checking for an empty data response in this scenario if you would like to ignore future events.

When making paginated requests, you are able to "page through" all objects for a particular query up to 100 objects at a time. Alternatively, your query will be truncated at about 1,000 objects. In addition, when issuing non-paginated requests to organizations with a large number of objects, queries may time out before returning. For these reasons, we recommend that you paginate all requests to the API.

limit20 The number of objects to return per page. The value must be between 1 and 100.
offseteyJ0eXAiOJiKV1iQLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9 An offset to the next page returned by the API. A pagination request will return an offset token, which can be used as an input parameter to the next request. If an offset is not passed in, the API will return the first page of results.

Note: You can only pass in an offset that was returned to you via a previously paginated request.

This method returns paginated results for tasks from a project.



curl "" \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer <personal_access_token>"


  "data": [
      "id": 1000,
      "name": "Task 1",
  "next_page": {
    "offset": "yJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIRzI1NiJ9",
    "path": "/tasks?project=1337&limit=5&offset=yJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIRzI1NiJ9",
    "uri": ""