Handling Power-Ups

Power-Ups turn Trello boards into living applications through additional features and integrations. You can add as many Power-Ups as you like on your boards regardless of your plan.

Go here to check out all our available Power-Ups.

Enabling a Power-Up

Enable Power-Ups by selecting 'Power-Ups' from the Power-Up button in the header. 


Once the menu is open select 'Add Power-Ups' at the bottom of the menu.

This will open the Power-Ups directory and you can enable a Power-Up by clicking on 'Add' to activate the Power-Ups you would like to use. You can also list all Power-Ups currently enabled on the board by clicking on 'Enabled' in the top left corner of the directory.


Managing Your Board Buttons

Certain Power-Ups add board buttons to your header, and the Power-Up menu now allows you to customize these buttons to your liking. To hide or show a Power-Up’s board buttons from your header, click the Power-Ups button and the slider option on the right side to hide or display them on the header.


Disabling a Power-Up

To disable a Power-Up that is currently enabled, click the gear icon and then select 'Disable'.


Power-Ups can store plugin data. Plugin data is simply a key-value storage that Power-Ups can use to store relevant information about a card or board.

This stored data can also be either private or shared. To remove private plugin data, you can use the Remove Personal Settings button on the Power-Up actions dropdown. To remove shared plugin data, select the “Delete Power-Up data” option when you disable the Power-Up. This setting deletes the shared plugin data on the board and active cards on this board.

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The Trello App for Slack is enabled on a per-Workspace basis—for more information, read our article on the  Trello App for Slack.


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