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I have a basic list setup on my board: To do / Doing / Done.

I've accumulated a crapload of cards in my Done column (go me!). But I've gotten over myself and decided that Done should only contain stuff that I finished this week, making my weekly status report a cinch.

I see that I can archive an entire list, but is there a a way to archive all cards in a given list at once without archiving each one manually?

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Keyboard shortcuts (specifically [Delete]) make this a little bit easier. – Daniel LeCheminant Nov 22 '11 at 18:25
Cool. Thanks for the tip @Daniel. – Rob Sobers Nov 23 '11 at 5:02
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Maybe one interim option might be to name the Done list as Done week ending 04-11-2011.
Then archive the whole list and create a new list for the following week.

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This is just a suggestion of an alternative workflow and not a real answer. – fiatjaf Aug 25 '15 at 4:07

There does not currently exist a way to "bulk" archive a set of cards.

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Will it be added to the dev board? – phwd Nov 23 '11 at 17:33

A lot of bulk actions are supported by the external Foreach service, which is very handy.

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