Integrating GitHub with Trello for more efficient project management

Expert Jack Wallen’s video tutorial covers GitHub and Trello integration step-by-step.

In a recent TechRepublic video, Jack Wallen showed how to integrate GitHub with Trello. Below is an edited transcript of his tutorial.

If you use GitHub as your code repository and version control system, you may want to integrate it with the project management tool Trello. Let’s see how it’s made.

First, sign in to your Trello account, then select the board you want to use with GitHub.

Click Power-Ups in the top center of the board window, then click Add Power-Ups. In the search box, type GitHub and press Enter on your keyboard.

Click Add associated with GitHub Power-Up, and then click Settings.

Click Enable Account in the Settings drop-down menu, then click Link GitHub Account. In the window that appears, enter your username or email address, followed by the password for your GitHub account. Click Sign In, then click Enable Trello when prompted.

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Close the Power-Ups window. Now when you edit a card, you’ll see a GitHub button below the Power-Ups where you can attach a branch, commit, issue, or poll request.

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