Why link Trello to Google Sheets
Monitor your team’s progress in a dashboard
Export Trello cards to Google Sheets. Use formulas to consolidate the information. Build a dashboard to review cards’ history of changes and how they move throughout the Trello board. Merge data from different projects in one spreadsheet to see the overall progress and improve the allocation of your team members. Learn how you can optimize your Trello board and manage tasks in a more efficient way.
Enable time tracking and automate timeline creation
Use Trello and Google Sheets integration for time tracking by merging data from Clockify, Harvest, etc. with Trello cards. Or bring Trello data to your own time-tracking spreadsheet and link time entries to existing cards to calculate project statistics. Create an auto-updating timeline by importing cards’ data, including start and due dates. Analyze time spent on tasks, explore blockers, and make forecasts.
Analyze your projects and share reports with stakeholders
Link Trello to Google Sheets to create a project status report, which can be updated automatically. Make your weekly reviews easier to perform. Email tasks summary right from the Google Sheets with a simple script. Customize your reports in a spreadsheet or connect them with a data visualization tool, such as Google Charts or Visme. Share the link with stakeholders so they can review it at any time.
What data to import from Trello to Google Sheets
Export Trello board to Google Sheets with all cards’ details, including their names, descriptions, statuses, due dates, links, and lists to track progress, create plans, and build reports. Extract data about card members and blend it with other projects to manage team allocations. Monitor overlooked points and find items that require improvement.
Set Trello to Google Sheets integration to automatically pull data about card updates for each of your boards. See details about the latest activity on cards in near real time aggregated in one spreadsheet. Create daily reports and demonstrate results to your stakeholders in an appropriate format. Use the history of card activities in other projects.
Export checklist items and receive an editable list of tasks breakdown for each card. Run reports on completed tasks and make estimations for work in progress. Share specific details with clients or other teams without having to add them to your Trello boards. Connect Trello with Google Sheets to group and format your data with ease.
How to automatically update Google Sheets from Trello
Step 1. Select Trello as a data source30 seconds
Step 2. Connect your Trello account1 seconds
Step 3. Pick a data entity to export from Trello1 minutes
Step 4. Specify the data destination in Google Sheets1 minute
Step 5. Set a schedule for data refreshes20 seconds
Step 6. Run the importer and review the progress5 seconds
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