Library to get Trello tasks organized by label instead of by board

dev-master 2019-07-25 22:24 UTC

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Last update: 2024-05-12 03:41:20 UTC


Trello's labels are per board, so you can't see all the tasks with a given label. Rather than hopping between boards, you can use this script to loop through the labels.

Getting Started

// Give the object enough information to connect to Trello
$batch = new TrelloLabelBatch([Trello API key], [Trello API token], [Trello user whose data you're interested in]);

// Grab the data

// You may now work with the data.

foreach ($batch->get_labels() as $label) {
    foreach ($label->get_cards() as $card) {
        // Whatever you want to do.

The script assumes that you only want to deal in one user's boards.

Notes on Data

A populated batch represents an array of all your labels, each containing the relevant cards.

  • A TrelloLabel object has a color, a name and a list of cards
  • A TrelloCard object has a name, board name and list of labels.

Any given card may appear any number of times.

  • If a card has no labels, it won't appear in the data structure. While Trello boards have a list of its labels, this generates its list by looping through existing cards.
  • If a card has more than one label applied, the card will appear in memory once per label.


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This is licensed under the GPL License