How To Connect Evernote And Trello

Evernote and Trello are highly effective tools for increasing productivity, utilized by a vast number of individuals globally. Evernote, a note-taking platform, enables users to record and organize their thoughts, plans, and tasks. Similarly, Trello, a project management tool, facilitates more efficient teamwork and enhanced productivity.

But what if we could combine the powers of these two tools by connecting Evernote and Trello? Imagine the possibilities: you could turn your notes into actionable tasks, track your tasks and projects alongside your notes, and much more. In this blog post, we will guide you on how to connect Evernote and Trello together. Let’s get started.

Before we start, please note that to connect Evernote and Trello, we will be using a third-party tool called Zapier. Zapier is a tool that allows different apps to work together by automating workflows, which they call ‘Zaps’.

Step one: Create a Zapier account

Go to the Zapier website and sign up for a free account. You can upgrade to a paid account later if you need more features.

Step two: Connect your Evernote and Trello accounts to Zapier

Once you’ve created your Zapier account, the next step is to connect your Evernote and Trello accounts to Zapier. Log into each account and authorize Zapier to access them.

Step three: Create a new Zap

In your Zapier dashboard, click on ‘Make a Zap’. This will start the process of creating a new Zap. Give your Zap a name that represents what it will do e.g. ‘Evernote to Trello’.

Step four: Set up your trigger

The trigger is the event in Evernote that will start the Zap. For example, you can choose to start the Zap when a new note is created in a specific notebook.

Step five: Set up your action

The action is the event that the Zap will perform in Trello. For example, the action could be to create a new card in a specific Trello board and list.

Step six: Test your Zap

Zapier will give you the option to test your Zap. Once you’re happy that it’s working as expected, you can turn it on.

Congratulations! You’ve now connected Evernote and Trello using Zapier. You can create as many Zaps as you need to automate your workflow between Evernote and Trello.

Connecting Evernote and Trello can significantly improve your productivity by automating repetitive tasks. This leaves you with more time to focus on what really matters. Give it a try today and let us know how it works for you.