If you use Trello and want to measure your activity, there is no better visualization 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
- Connect a Trello board to Power BI
- Look at the data by analysing individual Trello cards in Power BI
- Do some data modelling, and demonstrate set up Power BI to attack even the most involved Trello boards
Those who make it to the end will have produced an incredibly powerful tool for finding the truth about your Trello-based projects through the prism of Power BI. You will also get a grasp of working with JSON data in Power BI and, for those who care about such things, the differences in approach when dealing with NoSQL data in a relational environment.
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