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After some experimenting with Zapier, I've managed to create a "zap" (i.e. automatic handler) that does the following: Suppose you're working on a feature which has the following Trello card: https://trello.com/c/NuSGfssX/ You push a commit to Bitbucket, which commit message contains tr(NuSGfssX), e.g.: hg ci -m "Finished the very important feature ...


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Click on the arrow at the upper left of the screen. Click Configure Integrations Click on Github Choose the channel you want news to be posted to Authentify Select the repository and branch to get news from Select the type of news you want Click Save integration


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I wrote a tool to help with this. It can find the Google+ profiles of folks that you follow on Twitter. Twitter to Google It does rely on those you follow on Twitter having a www.gplus.to Google+ nickname that matches their Twitter name. Currently it will find around 20% of those that you follow, but this can be increased simply by spreading the word, ...


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At the moment this is not possible. I would imagine that when the Google+ API becomes publicly available to Developers there will be a influx of new Applications that can interact with Google+


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You can do this for free with this Zap via Zapier. Disclosure: I am on of the founders at Zapier, but I use this on a daily basis and would even if I wasn't the founder. :)


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Yes this is possible with a tool like Emello. Send your email straight to Trello with Emello. You get dedicated custom email addresses for each of your Trello boards. Start sending email to Trello today.


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This is now a feature in trello. Just click on "Email-to-board Settings". http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/1216141-creating-cards-by-email


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I'm a fan of RSSGraffiti. It is a very nice, reliable, and configurable RSS-to-Wall app.


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Simplenote recently added Dropbox syncing as a premium feature: Dropbox is a great way to sync files. When you link your Dropbox account to your Simplenote account, all your notes in Simplenote will appear as text files in the Dropbox directory of your choice. Thereafter, your notes and files stay synchronized as you make changes. Syncing happens in both ...


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I heard you, I used to rely on Instagram for the same workflow - publish to Facebook, Twitter, Swarm and Tumblr. Sometime soon after Facebook's acquisition of Instagram, they ditched FourSquare's location data in favour of Facebook places which is ridiculously bad in comparison to Foursquare, hence your bad check-ins. There really aren't any tips, just ...


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You can't do this out of the box. You could write a full-fledged Java plugin to do it, or you could likely use the Script Runner for JIRA plugin to do most of the work. You could also use an external script or application that talks to the APIs for Confluence and JIRA.


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Another option that might be useful to you is Zapier's Github-Slack integration: You can push new commits, issues, branches, and other events to Slack as a DM or channel message, or send your Github data to any other supported app. Disclosure: I work for Zapier


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There are actually quite a few users on Zapier who use this zap to create cards with the contents of an email based on the what label the email has. You should be able to create new comments on a trello card from an email as well. Disclaimer: I work at Zapier but even if I didn't this is how I'd do it. ;)


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There are two "webapps" that can combine Trello with Gmail: Gmello and Emello. You might find them interesting.


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This is certainly possible, and I implemented this last year. Just set up a timer to run this. You can also use Google sheets query function, but it is not as reliable and can create a lapse of data if it doesn't run properly, whereas this simply pastes it into the spreadsheet on run. /* function ImportfromCSV() { var rawData = getcsv(); var ...


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Try what you've proposed: delete the calendar by going to Settings -> Calendars and unsubscribe / delete. Then re-add it to GCalendar. I'd seek support with RTM (they're the ones pushing events to that calendar, plus you have a PRO account).


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Any! How to make it happen: Go to your profile: Select "Options" Select "Settings" Select the services you want to import If you want to import a service that isn't there, select Blog/RSS, then enter the feed URL.



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