When this happens...
TrelloNew Activity (Legacy)
Then do this...
GitHubCreate Issue

Matching information to process is the heart of many projects and sometimes applications help you know what to do but not when to do it. It only gets weirder when you know when to do something but not what it is you have to do. Use Zapier to organize your activities around your issues with by sending Trello new card activity to GitHub as new issues. This is a great way to know what to do and when to do it.

Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import any existing card activities in to GitHub only new activities after you've set them up.

How It Works

  1. New activity on a Trello card triggers Zapier
  2. Zapier creates a new GitHub issue

What You Need

  • Trello account
  • GitHub account

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When this happens...
then do this!
Card Updated

Triggers when a Card is updated in Trello.

Create List

Adds a new list on a specific board.

New Notification

Triggers when you get a new notification in Trello.

Create Board

Creates a new board.

New Card

Triggers when a new card is added.

Create Card

Adds a new card on a specific board and list.

New Activity

Triggers when there is activity in Trello.

Create Gist

Creates a new gist.

New Issue

Triggered when a new issue is created.

Create Pull Request

Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).

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