Power-Ups by Trello
Power-Ups turn Trello boards into living applications. Through adaptable features and integrations, Power-Ups help users use Trello to meet their unique needs. The below listed Power-Ups have been created by Trello and are supported by Trello. Third-party Power-Ups are supported by their respective teams.
- Bitbucket Cloud
- Board Meeting
- Card Aging
- Card Repeater
- Card Snooze
- Confluence Cloud
- Custom Fields
- Google Drive
- Google Hangouts
- Google Hangouts Chat
- Package Tracker
- Read Me
The Appear.in Power-Up attaches a persistent video chat to the board, via a link in the board header.
The Bitbucket Cloud Power-up allows your team to attach branches, commits and pull requests to cards, and populates with real-time status updates. When you are ready to move from Trello to Bitbucket create a branch directly from a card. Seamlessly move from Trello to Bitbucket while maintaining traceability.
For more details, check out Using the Bitbucket Power-Up
Bring video conferencing directly to your Trello board with the Board Meeting Power-Up, and add some face time to your team’s collaboration. With the Board Meeting Power-Up enabled, simply click the Board Meeting button at the top of your board to begin a video chat instantly.
The Box Power-Up shows up-to-date information and previews for any Box files or folders attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Box” button on a card back.
For more details, check out Using the Box Power-Up
The Calendar Power-Up will show all the due dates on a board in a calendar view. You can also enable an iCalendar feed that can be used with third-party applications.
For more details, check out Using the Calendar Power-Up
The Card Aging Power-Up causes cards that haven't been touched recently to 'fade' gradually over time. For more details, check out Using the Card Aging Power-Up
The Card Repeater Power-Up copies a card every week, day, month, or. For more details, read Using the Card Repeater Power-Up.
If You Snooze You Won’t Lose.
Now you can clean up the clutter of cards you're not going to get to until another day. The Card Snooze Power-Up lets you to snooze a card until a later date and time, when it magically reappears on the board. Need it sooner? Find your card in "archived" cards.
For more details, check out Card Snooze Power-Up
Do you sometimes need to add a bit more context to your work in Trello? The Confluence Cloud Power-Up helps provide the detail behind your work on a Trello card and the permanency to revisit what happened after the project is done. From blog posts, to meeting notes, to project requirements, Confluence let’s you create anything and organize the work that supports each task on a card.
Confluence pages support real-time comments and you can easily check the back of your Trello card to see how active your Confluence page is. Attachments, embedded media, and web links help to make Confluence pages beautiful and relevant. Create Confluence pages from your Trello cards, so your projects always have all the information needed, easily available from your Trello board.
For more details, check out Using the Confluence Power-Up
The Custom Fields Power-Up lets you add additional fields to the cards on a board, displaying the information in those fields on the front of the card. For more details, check out Using the Custom Fields Power-Up.
The Dropbox Power-Up shows up-to-date information and previews for any Dropbox files or folders attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Dropbox” button on a card back.
Check out our full Dropbox Power-Up article: Using the Dropbox Power-Up
The Evernote Power-Up shows up-to-date information about notes attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Evernote” button on a card back.
Check out our blog post dedicated to the Evernote Power-Up: Trello’s Evernote Integration: Perfect For Writers With Workflows
The GitHub Power-Up allows you to...
- Associate one or more repositories with a board. Attached repositories will appear as links in the board header. To do this, enable the Power-Up, and click the gear button in this list.
- Attach branches, commits, issues, and pull requests to cards. To do this, enable the Power-Up and click the “GitHub” button on a card back. (At this point, for performance reasons, the search interface for issues via the GitHub button only loads up to 500 issues (sorted by date created, descending). We're currently looking into ways to further improve that. In the meantime you can as well drag/drop or copy/paste the issue url directly onto the card in question.)
- Show the status of pull requests on the front of cards.
Check out our blog post dedicated to the GitHub Power-Up: GitHub And Trello: Integrate Your Commits
The Google Drive Power-Up…
- Shows up-to-date information for any Drive files or folders attached to a card
- Allows you to create and automatically attach new Drive files from a card.
To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Drive” button on a card back.
Check out our full Google Drive Power-Up article: Using the Google Drive Power-Up
The Google Hangouts Power-Up attaches a persistent video chat to the board, via a link in the board header.
Check out our full Google Hangouts Power-Up article: Using the Google Hangouts Power-Up
Google Hangouts Chat
The Google Hangouts Chat Power-Up allows you to stay on top of the progress of any Trello board by sending updates to Hangouts Chat when activity occurs on Trello cards, lists, and boards. Easily customize the types of alerts you want to receive in Hangouts Chat to bring the level of perspective you need.
For more details, checkout Trello for Google Hangouts Chat
The Giphy Power-Up will enable a Giphy button on cards, allowing you to quickly search for and attach the perfect GIF. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Giphy” button on a card back.
Check out our full Giphy Power-Up article: Using the Giphy Power-Up
Connect Jira and Trello to help all your teams work better together. The Jira Power-up allows you to...
- Link Jira issues to cards, connecting different teams across your organization.
- View important issue information on the detailed card view.
- See if your linked issues are done at glance (from the front of the card)
- Automatically links the Jira issue back to a Trello card so everyone in your team knows how something came to be.
- Quickly jump to your Jira project by creating a link on your board.
For more details, check out Using the Jira Power-Up
The MailChimp Power-Up shows up-to-date information about templates and campaigns attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “MailChimp” button on a card back.
Check out our full MailChimp Power-Up article: Using the MailChimp Power-Up
The Map Power-Up for Trello brings a new perspective to your boards. With Map Power-Up enabled on your board, simply add locations to cards and get a map view of all of your location-based cards in one place. (Note: This Power-Up is currently only available in our mobile apps.)
Check out more information on our Maps Power-Up: Using the Maps Power-Up
The OneDrive Power-Up for Trello brings your files and folders straight to your Trello cards. The file picker lets you navigate OneDrive right from Trello to attach relevant files. Copy and paste links to OneDrive folders onto Trello cards to attach folders. See previews and latest details, with links taking you directly to OneDrive to work on documents and access files.
For more details, check out OneDrive Power-Up
The Package Tracker Power-Up shows you up-to-date information about tracking numbers attached to a card. To attach a tracking number to a card, enable the Power-Up, and click the "Track Package" button on a card back. The Power-Up also shows the current shipping status or expected delivery date on the front of cards with attached tracking numbers. The following carriers are currently supported: DHL, FedEx, LaserShip, OnTrac, UPS, UPS Mail Innovations, and USPS.
Check out our blog post dedicated to the Package Tracker Power-Up: A New Way To Ship! Package Tracking In Trello: FedEx, UPS And More
Write a "Read Me" for your board in Markdown! 📝
Write a welcome message or instructions on how to use your board for your board members.
For more details, check out Read Me Power-Up
The Salesforce Power-Up shows up-to-date information about cases, contacts, leads, and opportunities attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Salesforce” button on a card back. Please note that the Salesforce Power-Up currently only works with the Salesforce Enterprise, Unlimited, Developer, and Performance tiers, as well as Professional Edition with the optional API access enabled.
For more information, see our dedicated Salesforce article: Using the Salesforce Power-Up
The Slack Power-Up allows you to send a Trello card directly to a Slack channel or direct message, set reminders in Slack straight from a Trello card, or associate a Slack channel with a board. You can also attach a Slack conversation directly to a Trello card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the "Slack" button on a card back.
Check out our blog post dedicated to the Slack Power-Up: See The Slack Power-Up In Action In Trello Business Class
The SurveyMonkey Power-Up allows you to quickly search for and attach your surveys to cards. You can then see up to date statistics about the survey directly on the card, and other members can take the survey from within Trello.
Check out our full SurveyMonkey Power-Up article: Using the SurveyMonkey Power-Up
The Twitter Power-Up shows up-to-date information about tweets attached to a card. To get started, enable the Power-Up, and click the “Twitter” button on a card back.
Check out our full Twitter Power-Up article: Using the Twitter Power-Up
The Voting Power-Up allows members of a board to vote for any of the cards on that board. For more details, check out our Voting Power-Up article: Using the Voting Power-Up
The Zendesk Power-Up allows you to attach Zendesk tickets and views to Trello cards. Attach tickets to see quick summaries relevant to a card. Attach views to see high-level stats and summaries without jumping back and forth between tools.
Check out our full Zendesk Power-Up article: Using the Zendesk Power-Up