KanbanFlow

KanbanFlow Integrations

  • Create KanbanFlow tasks from new Google Calendar events

    Are you using Google Calendar to plan your everyday life? Wish you could turn scheduled events into tasks within your task management system?? With this automation set up, all your events will become tasks in KanbanFlow as soon as they are scheduled.

    How It Works

    1. A new Google Calendar event is created
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    What You Need

    • Gmail account
    • KanbanFlow account
  • Send Slack messages when new KanbanFlow tasks are created

    Looking for a way to keep track of all new tasks being added to your project management system? Using this KanbanFlow to Slack integration, you will instantly be notified in Slack when new tasks are created on your KanbanFlow board.

    How It Works

    1. A KanbanFlow task is created on your board
    2. Zapier posts a message to a Slack channel

    What You Need

    • KanbanFlow account
    • Slack account
  • Create KanbanFlow tasks from new labeled Gmail emails

    We have all been there, receiving an email with a task we've got to jot down somewhere else. Want to make sure you are not forgetting to take action on important emails and create tasks with them? By assigning a certain label to emails, Zapier will automatically create new tasks in KanbanFlow out of the email content.

    How It Works

    1. A Gmail email is labeled with your label of choice
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    What You Need

    • Gmail account with a label to match
    • KanbanFlow account
  • Create KanbanFlow tasks from new Evernote notes

    Is Evernote your go-to app for taking note of all your brilliant ideas? Want them added to your task management system so you can take the next step? With this integration in place, every note you add will result in a new task in KanbanFlow.

    How It Works

    1. An Evernote note is created
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    Note: You can choose to only create KanbanFlow tasks from a specific notebook in Evernote.

    What You Need

    • KanbanFlow account
    • Evernote account
  • Send Slack messages when KanbanFlow tasks are moved

    Keep your teammates up-to-date with any activity that's happening in your project management tool. Use this Zap to automatically send Slack messages to a certain channel whenever tasks are moved in KanbanFlow. That way, your team doesn't need to constantly switch between apps to find out what progress has been made.

    How this KanbanFlow-Slack integration works

    1. A task is moved in KanbanFlow
    2. Zapier sends a message to a Slack channel

    Apps involved

    • KanbanFlow
    • Slack
  • Send emails when KanbanFlow tasks are moved

    Want to keep an eye on the state of tasks across a project? Or maybe you want an email notification when tasks reach a certain state? One simple automation is just what you need. Any movement on a KanbanFlow board that matches your criteria will result in an email getting sent to whoever you choose.

    How It Works

    1. A KanbanFlow task is moved on your board
    2. Zapier sends an email to selected recipient(s)

    What You Need

    • KanbanFlow account
  • Create KanbanFlow tasks from starred Slack messages

    Is your team managing communication through Slack? As new tasks are outlined, you want to turn them into real tasks in KanbanFlow. With a little help from Zapier, starring a message in Slack will immediately create a new task in KanbanFlow.

    How It Works

    1. A message is starred in Slack
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    What You Need

    • Slack account
    • KanbanFlow account
  • Create KanbanFlow tasks from new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows

    Looking for a way to create multiple tasks in one go? Or maybe you want Google Form submissions to generate new tasks in your task management system? This automation can help you out! New spreadsheet rows or Google Form submissions are automatically converted into KanbanFlow tasks.

    How It Works

    1. A new row is added to a Google Sheets spreadsheet
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    What You Need

    • Gmail account and a Google Sheet spreadsheet
    • KanbanFlow account
  • Create KanbanFlow tasks for new GitHub issues

    Your entire team probably uses different apps to get their job done: bug tracking, project planning, help desks. All of those moving parts means you can potentially miss out on certain items you might need to take action on. Never miss out on development issues again! With this setup, Zapier will automatically add new GitHub issues in a repository as tasks on your KanbanFlow board.

    How It Works

    1. A new GitHub issue is created in your repository of choice
    2. Zapier adds a new KanbanFlow task to your board

    What You Need

    • GitHub account with the repository to watch
    • KanbanFlow account

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KanbanFlow Integration Details

Launched on Zapier October 23, 2015

Zapier combines Triggers (like "Task Moved") and Actions (like "Create Task") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following KanbanFlow Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

Task Moved

Triggers when a task is moved between columns or swimlanes.

New Task

Triggers when a new task is created.

Create Task

Creates a new task in a specific column/swimlane on the board.

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