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Is there a way to browse public boards on Trello?

I would be interested in how other users set up their boards and what they use it for.

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There is not currently a way to browse all public boards.

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Once we have more public boards and a better way to categorize them (with tags, for example), we may add more board browsing features. As it currently is, a public boards list will be a big, useless dump of boards that's impossible to navigate. – Bobby Grace Oct 31 '11 at 21:21
I would very much like to see this feature implemented. After that: A blog post (or Trello board) of the most interesting public Trello boards on the Internet. – samthebrand Mar 20 '12 at 19:46

Although you cannot browse all public boards you can search for keywords. For example: will retrieve relevant Cards, Boards and Members.

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As far as I can see (I just tested it) this search only concerns the boards "public" to oneself? I only find my own few cards, thus this is not helpful if we consider OP's question and intention. – grunwald2.0 Sep 29 '12 at 15:31
It seems that sometime in the last year that behavior has changed. My current test also shows only my cards and not the public ones. – Itamar Oct 3 '12 at 18:56
This request does not show any results – David Segonds Aug 12 '13 at 3:18

Yes, you can. With the help of a google search. Since boards are crawlable you can search the Trello site on Google with the query

but how do you expect me

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In the sitemap.xml all public boards are listed. See this:

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The link is dead at the moment. – Alex Jan 28 at 16:06

Search this into Google:

{keyword you want here}

Replacing {keyword you want here} with your actual search term. Did this today and it worked great.

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