We offer professional services to our customers, and I'd like to have 1 board set up for each of our customers so that they can independently follow the progress of their projects with us.
But we already have a web portal where our customers log in to see invoices, services, etc. So I do not want to have to create Trello accounts for all my customers and their contacts and send them to trello.com; I want to keep them in my own portal and keep it seemless.
Is it possible for me to show a read-only view of their board from inside my web portal, without needing the customer to create a Trello account to view the content? I'm thinking like https://trello.com/b/tBmYPSYe/us-national-parks, but also limit each customer to be able to only view their associated board (for privacy concern) instead of having it public to anyone.
@Eric Tremblay the only way for someone to view a Trello board without having a Trello membership is if the board is public. You would have to extract the information from the API and present it some other way.
For example, you could put the information into a Google Sheet and then embed the Google Sheet into your application.
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