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Shortcut from Trello linked to Outlook Calendar

RenoT
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Mar 03, 2020

Hey there,

Is there any way that I could create a shortcut in Card Description that linked to certain calendar in Outlook, say our events calendar, by click the Hyperlink it would connect me to the Events Calendar in Outlook account.

Thanks in advance,

RenoT

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Bear Humphreys
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Mar 04, 2020 • edited

I think if you do this...

  • Have Trello board open and Outlook online calendar you want open in another browser tab
  • Create your Trello card, title it whatever you want
  • In card description field, type desired name for link in square brackets then open normal bracket, no gap, copy link address from calendar tab address bar and paste it in, close bracket... so eg.

    [Events Calendar](actual link address copy and pasted from calendar tab)

I only just saw this tip in a tutorial video, so I hope I've understood correctly, got it right and that's what you need!

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Mar 05, 2020

This is exactly what I did right now...

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Hi Bear, 

This finally solved my issue! I copied the link from the board calendar power-up, and that finally worked! 

THANK YOU!

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