Trello is an online service used to collaborate with other users. You can create different projects under which you can add tasks and assign it to other users.
Connector Release Version
Trello connector was delivered in the 8.4.1 release.
Supported Actions
Supported Triggers
Supported Authorization
Before adding an OAuth connection, ensure that you follow the steps provided in Obtaining Client Id and Client Secrets for Trello.
Trello uses OAuth1 for authentication. The OAuth1 protocol uses SHA1 for signing user inputs, and no other stronger algorithms are supported. Until Trello supports OAuth2 or a stronger algorithm, ThingWorx Flow is compelled to use OAuth1 with a weaker algorithm SHA1.
Authorize Trello
Trello authorization has to be done for each Trello connector action. To authorize Trello, do the following:
1. In the Authorize Trello field, select Add new Trello login.
2. Click Log in to let ThingWorx Flow access your account.
If you have already logged in to your Trello account, proceed to step 4.
3. Log in to your Trello account, if you are not already logged in.
4. Click Allow to authorize workflow to access your account. The Add Authorization dialog box opens.
5. In the Add Authorization field, rename the Authorization Label, if required, and then click ADD. A new authorization is added to the list.
Click TEST to validate the authorization.