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Trello: More Trigger Options Needed

I would like an option for a trigger that would allow my Outlook 365 calender event to be updated when I change or add a due date on my Trello card.


Trello - When a due date on a card is changed -> Office 365 Outlook - Update event


Currently, there are only two triggers for Trello: 

Trello - When a new card is added to a board
Trello - When a new card is added to a list
I would be elated to see the addition of the following options:
Trello - When a due date on a card is added
Trello - When a due date on a card is changed 
Trello - When a due date on a card is marked as complete
Trello - When a due date on a card due within 24 hours
Status: New
Power Automate

Thanks for your feedback. I've passed this on as a feature request for the team that owns the Trello triggers. 

New Member

Also, a basic.. Trello - When a card is updated trigger would be useful.

Power Automate

I updated the feature request item for the connectors team.


For future reference, here is the feature request item number: 1077788.




New Member

What about the trigger "Trello – When <USER> is added to a card ..."?

You could easily filter your task out of a teamboard.

Regular Visitor

I would also suggest a trigger when a member is assigned to a card, though I could see this happening using the suggestion by Lennart and then a conditional branch.

New Member

I really need a Due Date to Outlook (or something) trigger, team members just aren't getting Trello due dates and they need reminding!

New Member

When a card is updated to trigger the change in Sharepoint.

Power Automate

@RuthR If you're looking for a way to manage team tasks to do, you can also try Outlook tasks.

Regular Visitor

To migrate some of my flows from Zapier, I also need a trigger for when an existing card is moved to a different list.

New Member

I need a Trigger for when a new BOARD is created in Trello


And then an action to export all the cards as TASKS in Planner, Outlook, or a Sharepoint Task List