My team is looking into using Trello for project management, but we have one big hurdle - our team will have Trello accounts, but the majority of our organization won't. It seems like this would make it difficult to share status with other teams without a lot of manual work.
Right now we just use a simple, internally hosted Wiki page to communicate delivery dates and project status to other teams, and we'd need a way to replicate this functionality if we moved to Trello.
Everyone in the organization has O365 / Sharepoint access, along with self-hosted Confluence / Jira, so an integration between either of those and Trello would work, but I'm having trouble finding free tools to integrate them. I know you can embed Trello boards in Confluence, but viewing the Trello content requires a Trello account, so that's a no-go for us.
Another possibility might be setting up a system where Trello automatically exports certain boards to JSON, then we could update an internal Wiki page from that, but the coding needed for that is a bit out of my wheelhouse, and I'm not totally sure if that's possible.
Does anyone know of a good solution for this? In short, is there an automatic way to update a Wiki / Sharepoint site / Confluence page with some content from Trello, in a way that doesn't require a Trello account to view the content?
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