How To Connect Google Form Bot To Trello Board

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Connecting a Google Form bot to a Trello board can be a powerful way to automate your workflow and streamline your processes. As someone who has personally implemented this integration, I can tell you that it has been a game-changer for my team. In this article, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of connecting a Google Form bot to a Trello board, and provide some personal insights and commentary along the way.

Introduction: Why Connect Google Form Bot to Trello Board?

Before we dive into the technical details, let me explain why you might want to connect a Google Form bot to a Trello board in the first place. Google Forms is a fantastic tool for collecting data and gathering feedback, while Trello provides a flexible and visual platform for managing tasks and tracking progress. By connecting the two, you can automatically create Trello cards from form submissions, assign tasks to team members, and keep everyone in sync.

Step 1: Creating a Google Form

The first step is to create a Google Form that will serve as the input for your Trello board. Start by logging into your Google account and opening Google Forms. Click on the “Blank” template to create a new form from scratch.

Next, you can add various types of questions to your form, such as multiple-choice, short answer, or file upload. Customize the form to gather the information you need for your Trello cards. For example, if you want to create cards with a task title and description, you can add fields for those in the form.

Once you are done creating your form, click on the “Send” button to get the form’s link. Keep this link handy, as we will need it later to connect the form to Trello.

Step 2: Setting Up Trello Integration

Now that our Google Form is ready, it’s time to set up the Trello integration. Open your Trello account and navigate to the board where you want the form submissions to be added as cards. If you don’t have a board yet, create one specifically for this integration.

In the board’s menu, click on “Show Menu” and select “More” to reveal additional options. From the drop-down menu, choose “Power-Ups.” In the Power-Ups menu, search for “Google Forms” and click on the option to enable the integration.

Once enabled, click on the “Add” button to configure the integration. In the pop-up window, paste the link of your Google Form into the designated field. Trello will automatically parse the form and display its fields below. Match the form fields with the appropriate Trello card fields, such as task title and description.

Take a moment to review the other settings provided by the integration, such as assigning cards to specific lists or members. Adjust these settings according to your preferences and workflow.

Step 3: Testing and Fine-Tuning

Now that the integration is set up, it’s time to test it out. Open the Google Form and submit a test response. You should see a new card created in your Trello board, with the form submission data populated in the appropriate fields.

Examine the card to ensure that the data is organized correctly and that any additional automation rules you have set up in Trello are triggered. Make any necessary adjustments to the integration settings or the form itself to match your desired outcome. Repeat the testing process until you are satisfied with the results.


Connecting a Google Form bot to a Trello board can revolutionize your workflow and save you valuable time. By automating the process of creating Trello cards from form submissions, you can focus on what really matters – getting work done. I hope this step-by-step guide has been helpful, and I encourage you to experiment and adapt the integration to fit your unique needs. Happy automating!