Custom Fields are extra bits of structured data attached to cards when our users need a bit more than what Trello provides.
To use them users need to enable the Custom Fields Power-Up.
The board that the Custom Field is defined on.
An object that contains this custom fields display properties.
A hash created from the fields of a Custom Field used to manage Custom Fields and values between boards. For more on its use, check out the Grouping Custom Fields Across Boards section of the Custom Fields guide.
The id of the Custom Field definition.
The id of the model that the Custom Field is defined on. This should always be an id of a board.
The type of model that the Custom Field is being defined for. This should always be
The name of the Custom Field. This is displayed to the user in the Trello clients.
An array of objects used for Custom Fields of the list type. The objects contain data about the options available for the dropdown.
The position of the Custom Field. This will be used to determine the order that Custom Fields should be listed when being shown to the user.
List of Trello customFields, with metadata field for pagination
Used for Custom Fields of the
list type. The objects contain data about the options available for the dropdown.
The root for Trello.