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I use Trello to upload blog articles so my team can see them, and select who will edit which post. Instead of uploading Word files from various computers, is there a way we could use Google Docs and Trello combined? Since I like the collaborative aspect of Google Docs for editing and I like Trello to organize who on the team is editing what and what phase in editing is a certain blog post. Any help on how I can incorporate the two?

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How about just the link to the respective doc? – Alex Jul 15 '12 at 5:09

There are two great Google Docs with scripts for working with Trello.

One for importing into Trello from Google Docs: http://www.littlebluemonkey.com/blog/online-scrum-tools-part-3-upload-existing-product-backlog-into-trello/

And another for backing up all your Trello boards and cards to Google Docs: http://www.littlebluemonkey.com/blog/online-scrum-tools-part-4-trello-backup/

So you can use these in tandem to manage your Trello boards from Google Docs.

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We've started attaching Google Docs to every card for developers to write notes, and testers to write test scripts - It was a pain to do manually so I created a script that will add docs to all existing cards, and automatically add them to new cards as they are created:

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There is no such feature built in to Trello, but adding a link to the Google Doc in the description or in a comment should work well.

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