How to turn Post-it Notes into Trello Board cards

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Transforming post-it notes into Trello cards is a very simple and easy process, thanks to the new integration tool of the official Post-it app. It allows you to scan your reminders and transfer them as images to the organizational platform, with just a few taps on the cell phone. See how to do that below.

How to turn Post-it Notes into Trello Board cards

How to turn Post-it Notes into Trello cards

The official Post-it app, available for iPhone and Android, recently received a new integration tool, which allows post-it Notes captured with the camera to be transferred to Trello, converted to board cards. Each new post-it is transformed into an image file attached to a card, in the columns and boards you specify.

The process is very simple, you just need to organize the post-its in groups the same way you want to use them in columns in Trello, and the migration tool does everything else, without complications.

To turn your post-its into Trello board cards, do the following:

  1. Download and install the Post-it ( ) and Trello ( ) app on your phone;
  2. In the Trello app, log in with your user account;
  3. In the Post-it app, click on the gear, “Trello” and confirm the account integration;
  4. Go back to the Post-it home screen, tap the “+” icon at the bottom and then the camera icon;
  5. Point the camera at your post-its, touch and hold the shutter icon until the photo is captured;
  6. To deselect a post-it that you don’t want to use, touch it and then the trash can icon;
  7. Having selected your post-its, tap on “Create board”;
  8. Touch the name of the group to rename it, organize the post-its or separate them into subgroups,
    which will be converted into columns in Trello;
  9. Touch the share icon, then “Trello”;
  10. In the menu on the right, click on the board to which you want to send the post-its;
  11. Click on “Create”.

And ready.

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About Tarun Bhardwaj

I'm a fan of the world of video games for PCs since childhood, from the days of games on Floppy Disk and the last glories of the Commodore, reading magazines such as PC Gamer, Games For My Computer and many others. Even the other platforms intrigue me, but the first love never forgets.