The Trello Custom fields power-up is a popular way to add additional fields to Trello, similar to how placker custom attributes are used to customize placker workflows. We now support importing an synchronizing, number text and selectable custom fields in Placker.
Importing custom fields in Placker will allow you to generate dashboards from the custom fields and use them to set a filter in Placker.
We are currently actively working on improving our custom field support. Please let us now your feedback in the chat.
Importing custom fields
You can create custom fields using the Trello power-up that will be automatically imported into Placker, we currently import the following custom fields:
We don't support checklists (at the moment).
Using both Trello custom fields and Placker custom attributes.
You can use both Trello custom fields and Placker custom attributes, when you do this, it is possible to view and edit both fields/attribute types at the same time in Trello, like you can see in the screenshot below:
Using custom fields in the Placker trackers
When custom fields are imported, you can use the custom fields in the following ways:
- You can generate trackers using the text of selectable values. For example to show the number of cards that are assigned to the ACME company.
- You can use the number values as unit of measure. For example to show the sum of #quantity by board or list.
- You can set a filter to filter cards by the custom fields, for example to show only cards that are linked to the ACME company.
Custom fields sync issues
If you realize that custom fields are not being updated between Trello and Placker, try clicking the board title, attributes tab, edit attributes and click the "Synchronize Trello Custom Fields Button". In case that doesn't work, let us know in the chat.
Frequently asked questions
What type of improvements are on the roadmap?
- Updating custom fields from Placker to Trello, at the moment the custom fields are read only in Placker. (planned for December 2019)
- Mirror custom fields updates. (planned for December 2019)