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How do I link Trello to Google calendar?

I want to be able to view my Trello events using my Google calendar 

3 answers


1. Add Calendar Power up on the Dashboard you want
2. In the Power up Calendar configuration roulette, copy the URL that appears.
3. In Google Calendar, from Other Calendars, add calendar by selecting From URL, and paste the Trello calendar URL.
4. Then you will get the cards from the board that have Expiration Date.

I hope it serves you right.


  1. Go to the Calendar Power Up in Trello’s menu
  2. Click on the settings icon next to the calendar details and make sure that the iCalendar Feed is enabled.
  3. When you enable the iCalendar Feed, you will see a web link to Your Personal iCalendar Feed. Make sure you select the entire thing and copy it – it’s this link that you will need to connect your calendar to Google Calendar.

Hope this is helpful.




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Esme Crutchley Community Leader May 27, 2020

Hi @sstolero 

Welcome to the Community!

Personally, I use a PowerUp called Cronofy. It allows you to link 1 board with 1 Google calendar for free and it's a 2-way sync, so once you add the card to Trello, it'll sync across to the calendar and then if you move the calendar event, it'll change on the Trello board as well.

I used the free version for around a year before I went to the paid version, which was $24 a year when I got it. I believe it's still the same price. I have to say it's really good being able to link different boards to different calendars in Google, and I would happily pay for it again.

Just for clarification - I am a Business Class user but I only 2 people in my team (myself and my husband), so while I pay for BC, I am a solo user (Hubster is pretty useless with Trello!).

Hope that's helpful

Esme :)

I use Planyway for the same thing, also on the premium version. Just another option to try

they have a chrome extension too which works well.

Esme Crutchley Community Leader May 28, 2020

That's true @Dan Ivory _Adaptavist_ but Planyway is more expensive than Cronofy. Planyway is £36 a year (when paid annually) and Cronofy is £19 (that's what $24 equated to when I upgraded), although I see that Planyway gives far more than just a 2-way sync, which looks really good! (I might have to have a look at that myself!)

Like Dan Ivory _Adaptavist_ likes this

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