I use Trello a lot to manage my clients needs and the tasks associated with each one. However, it's becoming difficult to enter in all of their information each time I obtain a new client (I get new clients regularly).

It would be ideal if I can use form input from my website to populate new client cards.

Is there any way to do that or anything with similar efficiency?

  • You can program in your server's backend scripting language (Python, PHP, or Node.js, or whatever) a small utility using Trello API to post new cards. Commented Apr 11, 2013 at 10:03
  • That's an interesting idea, I'd never known it was even possible. Can you give me an idea of how I can use the API to actually add a card, for example in PHP? Commented Apr 11, 2013 at 13:58
  • On StackOverflow, search for trello and PHP: stackoverflow.com/questions/12125384/… Commented Apr 11, 2013 at 14:16

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There are a few Trello Power-Ups handling forms for Trello now, Blue Cat Forms recently launched has the tightest integration with Trello in that it supports Trello Custom Fields as well as the standard Card fields.

You can create a Form linked to a specific Trello Board. Cards created will have all their data populated from the Form, including the ability to add attachments and etc.

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