@Justin Reina well the options are either that you store a representation of the board (like some JSON export or a CSV export) which you can reconsitute somehow or analyse in the case of disaster, or you can just snapshot your boards by copying them which is easier to restore (but isn't remote).
This is a good primer on using Google Sheets for it:
@Justin Reina well if you're backing up to Google Sheets, then just use Google's Backup and Sync:
I have my Drive backup & sync to an encrypted USB hard drive attached to my mac.
I am trying to integrate into my automated revision tooling, where revision snapshots are taken each night (email, slack, select files & select databases). We are looking to integrate our team Trello usage to this, is there a means to achieve this? e.g. access to this data from the command line, to note
Hey @Justin Reina
The Backups for Trello Power-Up might be a good fit for what you're looking for. With Backups for Trello, your boards are automatically backed up daily. You can easily restore data from the user-friend Rewind Vault (kind of like an "undo" button).
The backups are stored in Amazon S3 – outside of Trello.
If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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