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Update Trello Card using Postman

Postman PUT Request

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In this post, we will be using the PUT request to update the Trello cards we created in the previous post. We will be updating the Card name as well as description using the PUT request.

Postman PUT Request

Just like the POST request, PUT request also takes in the body but instead of creating new data, it is usually used to update existing data. In the example below, we will be updating the name and description of the Trello Card we created in the previous post.

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Check out the video below to learn more about how to work with PUT request in Postman –


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I hope this post helped you out, let me know if you have any questions in the comments below!

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