Asana's introduction of the new Project Templates 2.0 has allowed Flowsana to now automatically workflow-enable any project that's created using a template that has been previously workflow-enabled. 

This should occur automatically when you create the project in Asana. However, in this initial rollout of the new features in both Asana and Flowsana, we've encountered a few cases where a project has not been automatically workflow-enabled. We are working on this situation to ensure that we resolve any outstanding issues in the process.

In the meantime, we've added an option on the Add a new Flowsana workflow page to allow you to workflow-enable a project if it did not get automatically enabled:

Note: This option is not intended for regular use, and may be removed once we are sure any issues have been resolved.