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  1. Dropbox Easily browse through your Dropbox files right from Trello and attach relevant files and folders. View any file format supported by Dropbox previews directly in Trello, even if you don’t have the source application. Interact and quickly identify files with rich thumbnails, all without.
  2. Trello cards are your portal to more organized work—where every single part of your task can be managed, tracked, and shared with teammates. Open any card to uncover an ecosystem of checklists, due dates, attachments, conversations, and more.
  3. How to use Trello with Dropbox Connect Trello to your Dropbox account. Sign in to dropbox.com. Click the grid icon in the top-right corner. Attach files and folders to Trello cards from Dropbox. Sign in to dropbox.com. Click All files in the left sidebar. Disconnect Dropbox from Trello.
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Does your team use multiple tools to get projects done? Good news! TeamGantt plays well with others so your team can be a lean and mean project machine.

Here are 5 TeamGantt integrations that can help you save time and headaches as you push toward the finish line together.

Slack: Turn random asks into project tasks

Slack’s a standard collaboration tool on lots of project teams. But it can be tough to keep track of conversations that leave you with some kind of to-do.

Enter the TeamGantt for Slack integration. It fills in the gap so pop-up requests don’t slip through the cracks.

Here’s a quick look at the features TeamGantt’s Slack integration brings to the table:

  • Create TeamGantt tasks from Slack chats: Add new tasks to your TeamGantt projects directly from Slack using actions or slash commands.
  • Stay on top of daily tasks: View your daily task list and update task progress right from Slack.
  • Quickly access active projects: Pull a list of active projects into Slack—and filter by search terms.
  • Manage your notifications: Choose when and how often you want to be notified about TeamGantt tasks.

How to connect TeamGantt with Slack

This handy tutorial walks you through all the ins and outs of using the TeamGantt for Slack integration. To get started, simply follow these steps:

  1. Go to TeamGantt’s Slack integration page, and click the big blue Add to Slack button at the top of the page.
  1. You’ll need to give TeamGantt permission to share some basic info with Slack to make the integration work properly. Review those permissions, then click the green Authorize button to finalize the integration, and you’re in!

Trello: Link TeamGantt tasks to boards

If you love gantt charts but have die-hard Trello fans on your team, you can use the TeamGantt Power-up for Trello to bring your two worlds together.

With TeamGantt’s Trello integration, you can view your Trello cards in a project timeline and use drag-and-drop functionality to move things around. Schedule tasks, create dependencies between cards, assign resources, and update progress—all without leaving Trello.

You have the flexibility to determine how cards sync to TeamGantt. Sync individual cards to TeamGantt manually, or let it happen automatically at the board level. It’s your choice!

How to integrate TeamGantt with Trello

Ready to get started? These steps show you how to set up the TeamGantt Power-Up for Trello:

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  1. Log in to your Trello account.
  2. While viewing one of your boards, click Show Menu, then click Power-Ups.
  3. Select the TeamGantt Power-Up.
  4. Finally, link your TeamGantt account to your Trello account.

Here's a quick video to show you how easy it is:


Want to make the most of this integration? Sign up for one of our monthly Trello classes, or check out our TeamGantt Power-Up for Trello help docs:

Dropbox: Share project files more easily

TeamGantt’s Dropbox integration makes file-sharing easy by letting you upload Dropbox files directly to tasks and projects. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about file-size limitations holding you back.

It’s one less step standing between you and smooth collaboration!

How to use the Dropbox integration in TeamGantt

1. Open the comment window for the task, group, or project you'd like to attach a file to.

2. Click add document (next to the paper clip icon), then select From Dropbox.

3. Sign in to your Dropbox account, and authorize the sync.

4. Select the file(s) you want to attach, then click the Choose button to attach the file(s) to your comment.

5. Add a quick note about the file, and click Submit to finalize your upload.

Learn more about TeamGantt’s file-sharing integrations.

Zapier: Automate workflows by connecting to your favorite apps

Does your organization use several different apps to manage project work? TeamGantt’s Zapier integration can help you keep everything in sync across platforms. It’s a great way to save time by cutting out tedious manual tasks.

Set up your own Zaps to trigger actions, or get started in a few easy clicks with our ready-made Zap templates.

How to use the TeamGantt integration for Zapier

To activate the TeamGantt integration for Zapier, you’ll need to log into your Zapier account. Then click Make a Zap, and search for the TeamGantt app to connect it with your favorite platforms.

Zapier will prompt you to log into your TeamGantt account to finish your integration setup. Here are the basic steps you’ll need to complete:

1. Select the New project task trigger event.

2. Choose the project you’d like to trigger actions for.

3. Choose which app you want to sync with, and set up the actions you’d like Zapier to perform between TeamGantt and this app.

See the full list of triggers and actions currently available in TeamGantt’s Zapier integration.

RESTful API: Build your own custom integrations

Does your team have another tool in your project management belt? If so, ask your favorite developer to build a custom integration using TeamGantt’s public RESTful API! 💪

Use the API to complete CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) actions between TeamGantt and your app. Here's the TeamGantt data that’s available to integrate:

  • Discussions
  • Groups of tasks
  • Projects
  • Tasks
  • Task dependencies
  • Task resources
  • Tracked time
  • Workloads
  • Checklists

How to use TeamGantt’s RESTful API

Getting started with TeamGantt’s public API is simple! Here’s how it works:

  1. First, generate a bearer token for your app by going to Account Settings > Configure API Access (beta) or by clicking here.
  1. Next, visit our API documentation.

Right now, our API is in beta testing. So just keep in mind that some things could change before it’s all said and done. Of course, that also means you get to have a say in how this integration takes shape. If you’ve got any feedback about our API, we'd love to hear it!

Put these project management tools to work for you

Ready to give these integrations a try? You’ll need a TeamGantt account to make the connection. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for free today!

Enabling the Power-Up

To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on the right side of the page, select the Power-Ups menu option, and then click the 'enable' button next to the Dropbox Power-Up.

Alternatively, you can enable the Dropbox Power-Up from a Trello card if you have a Dropbox file attached to the card.

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Authenticating with Dropbox

Once the Power-Up is enabled for the board, each individual user will need to authenticate their Dropbox account from within Trello. To do that, open up a card, click the Dropbox button in the Power-Ups section on the back of the board, and select 'Attach a file' or 'Attach a folder.'

A popup window will open. Click 'sign-in' and log in with your username and password.

Using the Power-Up

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You can access the Power-Up from the back of the card by clicking the Dropbox button in the Power-Up section. Select “Choose a file or folder.”

You will be given the option to navigate through your Dropbox folders and select the file or folder you want to attach. Attachments will appear under the Dropbox files or Dropbox folders header on the card.

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With the power-up, you can see rich thumbnails of attachments under the Dropbox Files section. If you’re unable to view the thumbnail, it means your Dropbox account doesn’t have permission to access the attachment. Make sure you are logged in to the correct Dropbox account in your browser.

You can also create a shareable Dropbox link by hovering over the thumbnail and clicking on the link icon. This will copy the link to your clipboard.

Clicking on the thumbnail will open a Dropbox preview of the file. From the preview, you can share the file, view the activity on the file, or open the file in a native application.

Removing files and folders

To remove a file, select “Remove…” next to the Dropbox Files header. To remove a folder, select “Remove…” next to the Dropbox folders header.

If there is only one Dropbox attachment, you can directly select “Remove.” If there are multiple Dropbox attachments, select the file or folder you want to remove from the list, then select “Remove.”

Disabling the Power-Up

To disable the authorization with your Dropbox account, open the Power-Ups menu on the right side of the board. Then, click “Settings” and select 'Disable'.

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Alternatively, you can disable the Power-Up from the sidebar menu. Click on Dropbox to view your options. Click ‘Disable’ to disable the Power-Up.

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Disabling the Power-Up will not cause any data loss. It will change the formatting of the links in the card to be the same as any other attached links (just like how non-Business Class users would see the links on the card when the Power-Up is enabled)