Skype for Business + Trello Integrations

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About Skype for Business

Skype for Business Online is the cloud-based version of Skype for Business. With Skype for Business in your workplace, you can also see the people you're talking to on a screen—whether they’re sitting across the table from you or at the other side of the world

About Trello

Trello is a team communication app that organizes your projects into boards. Trello’s boards, lists and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your personal and work life in a fun, flexible and rewarding way.

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Connect Skype for Business + Trello in easier way

It's easy to connect Skype for Business + Trello without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • Skype for Business?
  • Skype for Business is a hosted, web-based communication service that makes it easy to stay connected to your business, cpleagues, and customers anywhere at any time. It combines the power of Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Office 365, and Lync in one seamless experience. That means you can easily do things like share instant messages with cpleagues while you are working on a document using Office 365 or SkyDrive. You can also have group video calls with other people in your organization or around the world. And because this is all built into Office 365, you get wonderful tops like Office Graph, Delve, and Office 365 Video to help you be even more productive.

  • Trello?
  • Trello is a free web application that organizes your projects into boards. In one glance, Trello tells you what’s being worked on, who’s working on what, and where something is in a process.

    Trello makes it easy to see what everyone is working on and to coordinate with each other from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

  • Integration of Skype for Business and Trello
  • There are several ways that you can integrate Skype for Business into Trello. These include creating cards in Trello based on activities in Skype for Business, creating tasks in Trello based on events in Skype for Business, and sharing calendars in Skype for Business with specific Trello teams.

    Let’s look at how you can create tasks in Trello based on events in Skype for Business. Here’s an example of creating a task for a meeting in which there are three attendees in Skype for Business:

    The administrator will want to set up the integration by specifying which events in Skype for Business will trigger an action in Trello. The administrator clicks Settings in the menu bar at the top of the Skype for Business window and then clicks My Organization. In the left pane of the Skype for Business window, click Service Settings. In the right pane, click External services. Select Trello from the list of available services and then click Set up. In the window that opens, click Next. Select which events trigger tasks in Trello using the drop-down lists provided. Click Save to save your changes and close the window. Now when a meeting or conference call is scheduled through Skype for Business for a team that has been set up with Trello integration, a task will automatically be created in Trello based on one of the options you selected above. In this case, a task called “Meeting with Sales Team” was automatically created by the integration between Skype for Business and Trello.

    Trello makes it easy to add information from Skype for Business to the task card created by the integration. This information includes the participants from the meeting, a link to a recording of the meeting if there is one available, a link to a transcript of the meeting if there is one available, and a link to a note from the meeting if there is one available. The image below shows an example of a task card created by the integration between Skype for Business and Trello:

    Now let’s look at how you can create cards in Trello based on activities in Skype for Business. A card can be created when someone joins or leaves a meeting in Skype for Business; when someone starts or stops sharing their screen; when someone sends or receives an instant message; when someone joins or leaves a chat; when someone adds an attendee to a meeting; and when someone creates an event through Outlook and sends an invitation to you through Skype for Business. Let’s say we want to create a card when someone sends us an instant message through Skype for Business:

    The administrator will want to set up the integration by specifying which activities will trigger an action in Trello. The administrator clicks Settings in the menu bar at the top of the Skype for Business window and then clicks My Organization. In the left pane of the Skype for Business window, click Service Settings. In the right pane, click External services. Select Trello from the list of available services and then click Set up. In the window that opens, click Next. Select which activities trigger tasks in Trello using the drop-down lists provided. Click Save to save your changes and close the window. Now when someone sends us an instant message through Skype for Business, we will receive an alert informing us that we have received an instant message through Skype for Business. If we click on this alert, we will see details about who sent us an instant message through Skype for Business. We can then create a card in Trello based on this conversation. When we create this card in Trello based on this conversation, it will contain information about who sent us an instant message through Skype for Business as well as details about our conversation. Now let’s look at how you can combine these two scenarios so that meetings can serve as triggers for creating cards in Trello as well as creating cards in Trello based on activities in Skype for Business. Let’s say we want to create a card whenever three people join a meeting together. The administrator will want to set up the integration by specifying which meetings should trigger cards in Trello based on activities in Skype for Business. The administrator clicks Settings in the menu bar at the top of the Skype for Business window and then clicks My Organization. In the left pane of the Skype for Business window, click Service Settings. In the right pane, click External services. Select Trello from the list of available services and then click Set up. In the window that opens, click Next. Select which meetings should trigger cards in Trello based on activities in Skype for Business using the drop-down lists provided . Click Save to save your changes and close the window. Now any time three people join a meeting together through Skype for Business, we will receive an alert informing us that someone has joined our meeting through Skype for Business. If we click on this alert, we will see details about who joined our meeting through Skype for Business. We can then create a task card in Trello based on this conversation. When we create this card in Trello based on this conversation, it will contain information about who joined our meeting through Skype for Business as well as details about our conversation. The administrator can choose whether or not to send reminders to attendees who haven’t replied yet or joined yet by clicking Settings > Customization > Reminder settings > Send reminder emails only if no response received > No/Yes/Default (Yes.

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