• manage
  • work
  • productive
  • tasks

Trello is a web-based project management application. Keep your communication and collaboration simple with Trello boards and cards.


Trello is a simple task manager and collaboration software for your company. Keep all your teams up to date with Trello boards, everyone can view any information right in front of them without complex navigation. Let your team collaborate and participate in discussions through comments, attachments or directly by Trello cards. Stay organized and work with other teams seamlessly. Trello keeps all your devices synced so that you can work from anywhere. The Trello cards created automatically sync with Integry.

App Capabilities

Manage your tasks, teams and communications efficiently with Trello. Using our integrations add the ability to your app to

  • Create Trello cards in Trello
  • Add comments and much more


A trigger is an event that starts from an app and sends data to other apps. For example: If your app is a Task Manager, a trigger can be 'Task Created'. We can then add another step like Push Message to Slack Channel or Create Google Calendar Event; both these steps will be triggered after the Task Created trigger.

New Card Created

Triggers when a new card is created


An action is a step we execute on the corresponding app. For example: In a task manager, an action can be to Create Task or Update Task. An action cannot be the first step in an integration, and it is started by Integry on another platform. For example, an integration could be to Create Tasks (an action on receiving app) from Slack Messages (trigger).

Create Trello Card

Creates a new Trello card

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