In thinking of things, did we think to add a trello integration
In what way would you envision this to work? Can you elaborate more on what you’d like to see?
I know this isn’t my thread, but I’ll add my 2¢…
Right now, you can create a calendar entry, as long as it has a duration. You should also be able to enter a reminder / point-in-time entry. Those calendars aren’t selectable.
For Trello, it would be very interesting to link a note to a Trello card. Thus, a note in Trello would potentially be able to show a status of a card as it tracks through Trello.
Yes I would love to do that. We use Trello for project management and what gave me the thought today was I was setting up a new project that needed an employee to do. Ie set up ms365 service for a client so I made my entry . But then and to go to Trello to create the card for the employee. I I thought wouldn’t it be nice is we could link our Trello account sections could be added to Trello just like how I can post it to a one note notebook
Reminders in the calaender screen and Trello integration would be the two thinks I wish for
Thanks both, Reminder support is pretty high up on our list, and note that you can already create Agenda links to notes and projects (Edit > Copy As > Agenda Link) that you can paste in Trello. Further integration will probably take a while as other things like inline images have a higher priority right now.
If I can add – My group uses Trello for project management and coordination, and we like its fit to our requirements for those two things. We are geographically distributed, and we use Trello to manage content for weekly meetings where task progress is a key focus. Unfortunately, we’ve had to ‘hack’ Trello for this particular function - we create a card for each meeting, an agenda in the Checklist of a card, and then notes on agenda items in the Comments fields. It works, but it’s a bit trashy. One integration I can see here – I’m brand-new to Agenda – is to keep the agenda AND the notes from the meeting in Agenda, have that attached to the Meeting card, and then have an efficient way to add new tasks into Trello (although that may be a bridge too far…)