02-14-2017 08:38 AM
02-14-2017 08:38 AM
Does anyone know of a way to export data from Trello and import into Planner?
We have a business unit that has been using Trello, but we want to shift them into Planner, but they have a good history of information in Trello that would need to be saved.
02-14-2017 10:26 PM
05-05-2017 08:00 AM
Inorder to export a .CSV from Trello, you have to own Trello Business Class. The only export option other than that is JSON.
06-30-2017 07:34 AM
We have released the new version of the Apps4.Pro Planner Manager today which allows you to import Trello JSON in to Planner to create Plans and Tasks. Please download, try and share your feedback.
12-27-2019 04:42 AM - edited 12-27-2019 04:45 AM
@Juan Carlos González Martín @Brent Ellis I integrated this in my open source tool called: Modern Workplace Concierge. You can import a trello board to Microsoft Planner: https://github.com/nicolonsky/ModernWorkplaceConcierge/wiki/Migrate-trello-tasks-to-Microsoft-Planne...
The tool uses the Microsoft Graph API.
01-07-2020 07:33 AM
@Brent Ellis You posted this a long time ago so I'll guess you don't need this any longer, but I just needed this now and exporting from Trello to JSON is so painful, so I came up with an alternate way. Flow (now called PowerAutomate) has a Trello connector with a trigger for "when new Trello cards are created". I wrote a quick Flow with that trigger which then takes the variables from the newly-created Trello card and creates a Planner Plan task. While this doesn't initially appear helpful for previously-created Trello boards, actually, once the Flow is set up, simply duplicate a Trello list (copy and paste) and Flow sees the 'new' (duplicate) cards and new cards and will thus recreate each card in Planner. I got fancy and used the "List Buckets" and "Create Bucket" modules in Flow to duplicate the Trello lists of cards to the appropriate buckets in my target Planner Plan. See below for Flow step details - mine is longer b/c I am preserving the Trello lists as Planner buckets, but in essence, this Flow only needs the Trello trigger and the bottom two 'create task' and 'edit task' modules to work.
Sadly, Flow has access to several variables from Trello cards (card title, description, due date, comments, attachments, etc.) but (disappointingly) the only things it can add to a Planner Task are title, description, bucket, and due date. Therefore, Trello card attachments, comments, and owners cannot be added to Planner Tasks via Flow (yet). These items may be added to the Description field in the resulting Planner task, but I’m guessing that will be very ugly and not helpful.
Hope this helps!
03-27-2020 01:58 PM
Hello there @Andrew Connell, is there another copy of your flow I could see? Or is it broken down in steps anywhere? The attached picture in your comment is too small for me to read on my laptop, and I can't see the pieces of the flow properly. Thank you for your time!
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