I am currrently using Trello and would like to ask if there is any power-up or browser add-ons for keeping an automatic call stats counter based on user card activity.
Say a custom check mark field or call button, when clicked a call stats counter will be updated.
It can be single text list or excel file:
Todays calls: 20
This weeks calls: 80
This months calls: 320
November calls: 215
October calls: 190
September calls: 389
Marta here, from Trello Support.
Right now, there aren't any Power-Ups that would provide that functionality. If you're interested in that, please fill out this form so my team can take it into account: https://trello.typeform.com/to/DLUonY?source=meta
For now, you could maybe add a "Call" label to your cards and export that to a Spreadsheet to run a report at the end of the week or month. Trello does currently have an export feature, available under the Board Menu > More > Print and Export. The format is JSON, which lends itself well to technical usages, but doesn't load into common programs like Excel. Thus, the export is primarily for people looking to crunch the data with programs of their own or just to back up their data in case of emergency.
If you need spreadsheet support, check out either of these third-party Chrome extensions:
Alternatively, if you upgrade to Trello Business Class (https://trello.com/business-class), you can export your board data as a CSV directly from Trello. That can be opened in any desktop spreadsheet program.
I hope that helps somehow!
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