Trello and Confluence are two popular project management tools that can be integrated to streamline your workflow. In this article, we will guide you through the process of connecting Trello to Confluence.
Step 1: Create a Trello Account
If you don’t already have a Trello account, create one by visiting Trello.com. Once you have created your account, log in to your Trello dashboard.
Step 2: Create a Confluence Account
If you don’t already have a Confluence account, create one by visiting Atlassian.com. Once you have created your account, log in to your Confluence dashboard.
Step 3: Install the Trello Power-Up for Confluence
To connect Trello to Confluence, we need to install the Trello Power-Up for Confluence. To do this, go to your Confluence dashboard and click on “Add-ons” in the left navigation bar.
In the Add-ons section, search for “Trello” and select the “Trello Power-Up for Confluence” add-on. Click on “Install” to install the add-on.
Step 4: Connect Trello to Confluence
Once you have installed the Trello Power-Up for Confluence, go to your Trello dashboard and click on “Power-Ups” in the left navigation bar.
In the Power-Ups section, search for “Confluence” and select the “Trello Power-Up for Confluence” add-on. Click on “Connect” to connect Trello to Confluence.
Step 5: Create a Trello Card in Confluence
Now that you have connected Trello to Confluence, you can create a Trello card directly from your Confluence page. To do this, go to the page where you want to create a Trello card and click on the “Create” button in the toolbar.
In the drop-down menu, select “Trello Card” and enter the details of the task you want to add to your Trello board. Click on “Save” to create the Trello card.
By following these steps, you can easily connect Trello to Confluence and streamline your project management workflow. This integration allows you to seamlessly move tasks between the two platforms and keep track of your progress in real-time.