@Rafael Rocha I have worked with triggers from spreadsheet changes to add cards ...etc and vice versa to create a row in spreadsheet from a board action via triggers or webhooks. Never tried keeping them in sync as it will have to involve some fancy mechanisms to relate ID in Trello to specific cell in spreadsheet. I think it is a near impossible task. Export CSV or json probably your best option but not sync. Happy to be proven wrong.
@Rafael Rocha @SGi Admin I've written a couple of systems like this for clients. The trick is to put a link to the Trello card into the spreadsheet row. For example this Trellinator function will create or update an existing row with a link to a card in it:
Then you just register a trigger on edit for your Google Sheet and update the corresponding card:
You can read more about Trellinator here:
@Iain Dooley agree. That is the mechanism that is needed to be added. I think it is quite workable at the card level.
I think it can become challenging when it gets to CF in card or checklist item status in card, label changes in card .... and in a true collaboration environment with possible collision of concurrent access and updates. The spreadsheet(s) can get quite untidy unless those are (Hard)coded into some nested if(s) in the trigger programs. Changes on the Worksheet would mean changes to the programs.
I come from the old days of sync point, such features are not designed into Trello, probably never intended. Sometimes, it is the platform used for the integration. A good example I came across is in use of json for persistence used in Telegram bot which I had built to access and update Trello.
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