when I add a new calendar entry in Trello for a card it does not update in Google calendar.
it only works when i create a new URL iCalendar-Feed and then add a new calendar in google. then all entries are shown.
if i then add a new calendar entry in trello, again, it will not show in google calendar.
I read that google only updates about once a day, but i created the entries yesterday and can still not see them in google calendar.
thanks for helping
The process can be a bit finnicky at times, sometimes you'll see it sooner, sometimes later. It all depends on when Google pings the server for the updates.
I would recommend using a 3rd party called Cronofy for Trello to sync your board to your calendar. Cronofy is a bit more reliable, and allows for quicker updates than iCal.
Hope that helps!
I am running into the same issue. I appreciate the insights you shared with Andrea, but do you know when the Trello team will be able to address this bug? I rarely have syncing issues when I add other calendars to my Google Calendar via URL (eg. Outlook) though you're right, it's not always instantaneous. I have given trello 24 hours to sync and it hasn't. The only way to sync the calendar is to remove it and add it back via the URL. I use Trello and Google Calendar extensively to manage tasks and projects, so having them integrate properly is super important.
Can you please let us know when you plan to have a fix?
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