Yet another great Chrome plugin, folks! Roll up! Roll up!
By default, the basic version of Trello exports data to JSON. I don’t now about you, but that isn’t too handy for me as I use Excel/Numbers/Libre Office so along comes the Export for Trello Chrome plugin.
Install and activate the plugin, and now when you click on the ‘share, print, and export’ link in Trello you’ll see an option to export it to Excel.
Job’s a good’un.
I helped a few people out with making a budget last year, so thought I’d create a simple spreadsheet that people can get hold of online and use themselves. It’s pretty basic but will do the trick for most, I think. If you have any feedback just leave it in the comments to this post.
Before I nuked my original blog one of my most popular posts was a step by step guide to using a rule to apply conditional formatting to an entire row if a condition in one cell is met. I thought it’d be good to re-post something similar here.