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What is the 'Trello Attachment' variable?

Tomaz Breon
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Apr 30, 2023

The "Trello Attachment" variable refers to a feature within the Trello project management tool that allows users to attach files to cards on their boards. This can be used to upload documents, images, videos, or any other type of file that may be relevant to a particular task or project. The Trello Attachment variable can be used in automation tools, such as Zapier or IFTTT, to trigger actions based on new attachments added to Trello cards. For example, you could set up a Zap that automatically sends a notification to a specific Slack channel when a new attachment is added to a Trello card.

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Luciana Munhoz
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May 01, 2023

Hi Tomaz! Welcome to the community!

Thank you much for sharing your knowledge here in the community! That's great! Please feel free to always contribute here when you wish.

I'm also leaving here a help doc that has a list of variables to use with Trello Automation (including the attachment ones) for reference:

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