Using Trello with Teamup Calendar

teamup trello calendar integration

Editor’s note: Screenshots of both Trello and Teamup in this post have been updated in August 2021 to reflect the current states of both tools.

If you use Teamup Calendar and Trello’s Calendar Power-up, you can now add all the due dates on any of your Trello boards to a Teamup Calendar, taking advantage of Teamup’s full calendar functionality for even better sharing and collaboration in teams.

Trello is a great project and workflow management tool.  Just moving cards to different lists as the status of a task changes is so simple and effective.  However, the Trello calendar component is somewhat limited even though it does display all due dates on one board in a calendar view.  When you have multiple boards, you also have multiple calendars that do not overlay into one single view, leaving it difficult to see what’s coming up next week across all your boards.

This is where Teamup comes in.  With Teamup’s support for inbound iCalendar feeds, the iCalendar feed of a Trello board can be easily added to a Teamup Calendar as a color-coded sub-calendar.  Repeat for each board you want to be integrated into your Teamup Calendar.  It is easy to zoom out to see the big picture of all due dates across the boards, or zoom in to examine the details of any specific deadline. You can change views, filter by board or keywords as needed. Check out this live demo.

The feeds would refresh between once every 15 minutes for Premium subscribers and once every 12 hours for free users.

Setting up the integration requires to get the feed URL from Trello and subscribe to the feed URL within Teamup.

Step 1: Get the Trello iCalendar feed URL

To begin, enable the iCalendar feed and find the iCalendar URL for your Trello board.

  1. Open the board menu
  2. Click “Power-Ups”
  3. Click “Calendar.” Enable the Power-Up if you haven’t already.
  4. Select “Edit Power-Up Settings”
  5. Once there click “Enable Sync” to enable the iCalendar feed. If you don’t have this option, you’ll need to ask a board admin to enable this setting.
  6. Copy the URL from “iCalendar Feed.”


Step 2: Subscribe to the feed from Teamup

Set up the feed as a new sub-calendar:

  1. Go to your Teamup Calendar. If you don’t have one yet, create a free calendar.
  2. Go to Settings, click Calendars on the left, then “New” in the top right and select “Add iCalendar feed”.
  3. Enter a name that you wish the feed to appear in the calendar list, for example:
    Trello Boards > Editorial Calendar (see how to use folders)
  4. Paste the feed URL you copied from Trello.
  5. If your calendar is on a Premium subscription, you may choose to refresh as frequent as 15 minutes.  For free calendars, it will refresh every 12 hours or longer.

Once you save, the initial fetch will happen immediately.  Within a few seconds, all your Trello calendar entries should appear on your Teamup Calendar. The feed now is displayed in the calendar list as a sub-calendar.

Test Drive

For a risk-free test drive, login to your Trello account, open this public board, click the blue button to create a board from the template.


Once your new test board is in place, add some deadlines to populate your calendar, and follow the steps above to enable iCalendar feed, copy the feed URL and add it to your Teamup calendar.


trello calendar as a feed on Teamup

From now on you can use your Trello calendar feed just like any other sub-calendars you created directly within Teamup Calendar.  Please note: The subscribed calendars are read-only.

Ready to give it a try?  It’s easy and free.  We look forward to your feedback.


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