Trello is a popular project management tool that allows teams to collaborate and organize tasks effectively. However, sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of all the different projects and tasks that are being worked on. That’s where GitHub comes in! By adding GitHub to Trello, you can easily integrate your code repository with your project management system.
Step 1: Connect Your GitHub Account to Trello
The first step is to connect your GitHub account to Trello. To do this, go to the Trello App Directory and search for “GitHub”. Once you find it, click on the “Install” button to add it to your Trello board.
Step 2: Set Up Your GitHub Integration
After installing the GitHub app, you’ll need to set up your integration. To do this, go to the Trello App Directory again and click on the “GitHub” app. From there, you can select which repository you want to integrate with Trello.
Step 3: Create a Card for Each Repository
Once you’ve selected your repository, you can create a card for each one in Trello. To do this, go to the “Cards” section of your Trello board and click on the “Create Card” button. From there, select “GitHub” as the type of card you want to create.
Step 4: Add Your GitHub Repository to Each Card
After creating a card for each repository, you’ll need to add your GitHub repository to each one. To do this, click on the “GitHub” button in the top right corner of each card and select the repository you want to add.
Step 5: Customize Your Cards
Once you’ve added your GitHub repository to each card, you can customize them to suit your needs. You can add labels, due dates, and other information to help keep track of your tasks.
By adding GitHub to Trello, you can easily integrate your code repository with your project management system. This will help you stay organized and on top of all your projects and tasks. With just a few simple steps, you can set up your integration and start using Trello to manage your GitHub repositories.