Do you use Google Calendar to see your scheduled events and Trello or Planner to plan your work?

From now on, you can use Placker to connect your boards with Google Calendar, having all your card dates available and synced together across both platforms. The following sections will show you how to set it up:

1. Connect your Google Account

Access your account at and click Your Profile / Connectors / Google Calendar Connect button. After authenticating access to your Google account, you will be set to sync the calendars.

In case you are using a business Google account, it may be necessary to include permissions to Placker at this link.

2. Create a calendar to Placker specifically (optional)

As an optional step, you can to manage your cards and make them visible in your Google Calendar view. Otherwise, you can also select your main calendar in the next step instead of creating a new one create a separate calendar

3. Connect your board to a calendar

Open one of your boards, open board settings (clicking its title in the Board or Gantt view), and under the "Connectors" tab, click "Connect calendar". You can set a title and select one of your available calendars.

You can also select if you would like to sync only cards assigned to specific users (to personal calendars, for example) or all of them.

4. Check your card updates

Creating new cards or changing date and time of existing cards should be visible in the calendar after less than a minute. In case you notice that the changes are taking many minutes to happen, send us a message so we can look into it.

If you wish to disable the Google Calendar integration, you can also do it from the Board settings / Calendar tab, by clicking the three dots at the right of a connected calendar.

After following all of these steps, you will have a quick integration with Google Calendar, making it easy to have an overview of your tasks and events in one place. This will result in more focus and understanding of your schedule.

Events created as full day

When cards are synced with the calendar and have only a due date (no start date), it will be created as a full day event.

If you wish to set a start date, you can open the card overview in Trello or Placker and set it in the dates.

Unfortunately, Trello currently doesn't allow to set the start time, but that can be done in three different ways:

  1. Using the interface, which will be synced with Trello

  2. Changing the start date and time of the event in Google Calendar

  3. Activating the "Projects by Placker" power-up, which will add the start time to the Trello card overview and many other features:

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