Trello is the visual tool that empowers your team to manage any type of project, workflow, or task tracking right through ERPNext.
Trello is a powerful visual tool that can revolutionize the way your team manages projects, workflows, and task tracking. With Trello, you can collaborate with your team, share ideas, and keep everyone on the same page. It is a great way to keep your projects organized, your team members accountable, and your deadlines on track.
We have integrated it seamlessly with ERPnext, providing you with a complete project management solution. With Trello, you can create boards, lists, and cards to track every aspect of your project, from start to finish. You can assign tasks to team members, set due dates, and monitor progress in real-time.
Trello Setting is used for the authentication and authorization flow so that your application never has to deal with storing or handling usernames or passwords. Instead, your application passes control to Trello (identifying itself via the API key) and once Trello has allowed the user to choose an account and sign in, Trello will hand the user and control back to your application, along with an API Token.
Trello boards keep tasks organised and work moving forward. At a glance, you can see everything from “things to do” to “aww yeah we did it!”
Trello members are the users of Trello that we can assign to the Board.
The different stages of a task. Start as simple as To Do, Doing, or Done—or build a workflow custom fit your team’s needs. There’s no wrong way to Trello.
Cards represent tasks and can hold all the information you need to get the job done. As you make progress, move cards across lists to show their status. (We are referring to Cards as an Issue in our ERP.)
𝐇𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐨 𝐮𝐬𝐞:
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩 𝟏: Go to the “Trello Board” doctype to create the board. Board will basically keep tasks organised and work moving forward. Trello Board members will be added here.
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩 𝟐: Create trello members in the “User” doctype. We should have the username of a trello member before assigning. (Trello members are the users of Trello that we can assign to the Board).
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩 𝟑: Create different stages of a task, for example: To Do, Doing, or Done or build a workflow custom fit your team’s needs in the “Board List” doctype.
𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐩 𝟒: Create cards (represent tasks and can hold all the information you need to get the job done) in the “Issue” doctype. As you make progress, move cards across lists to show their status.
For detailed information refer to the documentation(screenshots and videos included).
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