If you use Trello and want to measure your activity, there is no better visualisaton tool than Power BI. However, putting Trello behind Power BI is, well, tricky. This is the first in a series of blogs in which we show you how to do this.
We will start by showing you the “back end” of Trello.
We will then connect a Trello board to Power BI.
We will look at the data by introducing individual Trello cards.
Finally, with our cards on the table(au) (sorry!), we will do some data modelling.
Next step: Linking Trello to Power BI – Overview
Follow us on LinkedIn where we will soon be announcing a future series of blogs where we show how to query the data model.
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