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JSON export for ChatGPT interaction

I'm attempting to export a Trello JSON file to integrate into a GPT, but when importing to GPT, I get the following error:

Could not find a valid URL in 'servers'

When I perform a search & find for "servers", I can't locate it in the JSON file.  

Has anyone else been able to import their Trello JSON file into GPT? How did you get it to work?

2 answers

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Brian Zawisza
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Nov 15, 2023

You can configure an action on by going to configure > add actions. Make sure to fill out the authentication section.

Here's an example schema that seems to work for me. You can copy other paths/components from . I can't paste the entire schema since it's too large. 

You can test it out with the prompt: "call the API with the get-boards-id operation on board id "one of your board ids".

"openapi": "3.1.0",
"info": {
"title": "Get trello data",
"description": "Retrieves trello data",
"version": "v1.0.0"
"servers": [
"url": ""
"paths": {
"/boards/{id}": {
// copy the "/boards/{id}" / specific paths section from our swagger documentation:
// note: you'll want to delete the top-level "parameter" section and add it to each individual request method like "get", "put", etc.
"get": {
"tags": [],
"summary": "Get a Board",
"description": "Request a single board.",
"operationId": "get-boards-id",
"parameters": [
// this "id" parameter wasn't original in the "get" section.
"name": "id",
"in": "path",
"description": "",
"required": true,
"schema": {
"$ref": "#/components/schemas/TrelloID"
"name": "actions",
"components": {
// copy the "components" section from our swagger documentation:

Thanks for this suggestion! I'll give it a try and report back!

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Dreamsuite Mike
Community Leader
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Nov 15, 2023

Hi @Joshua Hori 


May I ask what your aim is here?
I am wondering whether you would be better connecting Trello to GPT with or Zapier?!

I have a list of suggested tools with labels connected that indicated what operating systems the tools work on, with descriptions, web links, and videos demos of the tools. I'm wanting to build a GPT that sifts through my lists and provides suggestions based on a number of questions asked. 

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