EXPORT CARDS TO EXCEL & CSV

TRELLO

Options Overview

Export Options For Trello

  • Export Trello cards to Excel & CSV & PDF formats

  • The export can include checklists, custom fields, comments, and documents

  • You can choose the columns to export, or export all columns

  • You can export your cards based on specific criteria like boards or teams

  • The card history (events) can also be exported to Excel, using a date range or specific user(s)

Options Overview

Charting And Graphing Options For Trello

  • Automated creation of popular charts including cards by: board, member, list, creator, label, completed by week, created by week, and more…

  • The different chart types supported are: Pie chart, Doughnut, Polar, Horizontal bar, and Vertical bar

  • Chart stacking, allowing to display 2 variables in the same chart

  • Export chart and associated card list to PDF

Video Explanation

Trello Export To Excel / CSV Tutorial

Looking for a way to extract Trello cards, checklists, comments and other information from Trello? This video shows the export feature of Bridge24.
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Video Explanation

Trello Export To Excel / CVS Tutorial

Looking for a way to extract Trello cards, checklists, comments and other information from Trello? This video shows the export feature of Bridge24.
For more information, you can visit our blog.
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Free Signup

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Frequently Asked Questions

Trello by itself doesn’t have dependency capabilities but this is compensated by Hello Epics which is a power-up.

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Templates are one of the features of Trello which are best used for copying a workflow or process. When a template is used, a new board can be created based on the same set-up used in the template.

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To answer this question, it is important to identify the specific participant. If the participant is a Service Desk participant, they cannot edit any field by default.

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When working with a team that is active on Trello every day, it can get pretty difficult keeping track of one’s @mentions.

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Labels in Trello are important, especially for separating tasks between teams. In order to filter the board using these labels, users can hit the ‘f’ key and choose the labels and assignees.

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This answer does not directly answer the question, but it helps. When users only want to see the cards they are members of, they can simply hit ‘q’ on the keyboard.

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