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How do I add a trello card with google assistant?

Bob Mikkelsen August 4, 2018

I can say "OK google take a note (some spoken words)" on my android phone. It creates a card with the text of (some spoken words), but leaves the card open waiting for the create button to be pressed. Is there a way for the note to be saved as well?

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August 6, 2018

Hi Bob!


It sounds like you might be using it as a sort of speech-to-text. If so, it will only input that text and will not be able to actually save the card.


I'd suggest taking a look at this If This Then That template, as it will allow you to fully create those cards using Google Assistant.

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Jon Talley August 30, 2022

I have used the template Teddy mentioned for a year or more, it was so wonderful!  all I had to do was start assistant with a swipe, say "trello buy milk" and a card with that title would show up at the top of my list.  However, it was announced 2022.08.01 that google is removing this ability by the end of the month:

There is a way that Trello could work directly with Google Assistant to make cards, how can we request this new feature?


Zapier integration works like this: "ok google, talk with zapier", then I speak the trigger I made "trello card", and it asks "what do you want the title to be?", I reply with the title, but there's no way to name the card with that response.  So annoying

Trello could make a similar integration as these companies

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November 14, 2023

This feature going away has essentially ruined trello use for me... Would love to hear if you've discovered any similar solutions while I start testing out other programs that have this feature.

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