Manually link a Feature to a Trello card

As a Trello user, I should be able to manually associate a Feature in with a Card in Trello. Currently there only two ways to make this association:

1. If I do a one-time import of Trello cards into Aha as features

2. If I manually "Send to Trello" an feature to create the Trello card from Aha

I have experienced that features imported from Trello to Aha lose their Trello association. This lets me add the association back to the trello card. 

Even better would be if there were true two-way sync between Trello in Aha so that cards created in Trello could land on a parking lot in Aha, but that's a separate Idea. This is a cheap, easy win. 


Note your category list needs to be updated. There is no category for Trello, despite having categories for many other integrations.

  • Angus Davis
  • Sep 26 2015
  • Shipped
Release time frame
  • Aug 29, 2018

    Admin Response

    We just released an enhanced Aha! integration with Trello that allows you to have full control over the way information flows between Aha! and Trello — in both directions. Plus custom fields, faster imports, and automatic updates. It is also now possible to manually link Trello cards with Aha! records.

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  • Angus Davis commented
    September 30, 2015 01:23

    Just enhance the existing "Link feature..." modal to allow me to associate a feature with an existing Trello card. User would be able to cut and paste the trello card URL or card ID or something. See attached for screenshot of the modal. 

  • Thomas S commented
    February 25, 2016 20:42

    I need this! I have the exact same issue but with Pivotal. I'm willing to associate things manually but Aha won't let me. I want to use this tool as an on-going management tool but it's forcing me to think of it as a start the project only tool.

  • David Cordner commented
    February 17, 2017 11:56

    I also need this, except for Visual Studio links. A complete pain in the arse not being able to add integration links. This would save me a lot of effort.