Building Activities to integrate Trello with UiPath using API calls

Building Activities to integrate Trello with UiPath using API calls

Use Case Description

This use case was created as a part of the Hackathon. We built custom activities in Visual Studio using UiPath custom activity extension to integrate Trello with Uipath. We used API calls like GET, POST in our activity code and made a simpler version as Uipath activities.
As a UiPath developer, he just needed to provide inputs to the activities and the changes gets done on Trello boards.

On what things we can use this activity pack:

  • Trello is a project organization tool, which uses the concept of creating organisations and boards to manage the progress of the project. Since this activity can be tedious and repetitive when it comes to creating a board for a team of 100 members, this activity pack comes handy in such situations where an input can be provided in the form of an excel.

What we can achieve/ importance of this solution:
Below can be the advantages of this solution when activity package is used:

  • Daily Generation of the report according to the organization, board, lists and card levels with the fields like completion percentage which can be used to an easy track of projects

  • Bulk creation of organizations, boards, etc. through the developed activities with the user input through excel to BOT

  • Other functionalities like deleting boards when task is completed for the user and notification to the users when their task is due can also be achieved through this integration



Other information about the use case

Industry categories for this use case: Information Technology and Services

Skill level required: Intermediate

UiPath Products that were used: UiPath Studio

Other applications that were used: Visual Studio

Other resources: Please refer to the video UiPath Workflow Analyzer & Activity Creator: Step-by-step Tutorial - YouTube.

A good video to learn how to create activities.

What is the top ROI driver for this use case?: Accelerate growth and operational efficiency