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We have our normal work in progress board. I want to have some of the cards from the WIP board also appear on another client specific board.

Is there some way to do so without replicating the cards manually on both boards.

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Trello does not currently have this functionality. You can move cards, but you cannot copy cards or have cards that exist on multiple boards.

You can discuss and advocate / vote for this idea on this card: Cards live on multiple boards.

See the Trello Development board for more ideas, as well as known issues and upcoming / just-live features.

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Yes, it is possible to do so without replicating cards manually.

In Pintask, there is a "Mirror card" function. It allows to create a card replica with exactly same name, text, members, comments and other properties. When the original card is changed, all its mirrors will reflect the change, too. However, you could move the mirror to another list, or even to another board, while the original card stays in place.

This wiki page provides more info: http://wiki.pintask.me/wiki/Have_cards_from_client_projects_appear_on_unified_company_board

Disclosure: I am Pintask founder.

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Answers that require the reader to follow a link to get any useful information are not good answers. –  Al E. Mar 1 '14 at 12:09
As Al has pointed out, please incorporate a summary of what the blog post says in the body of your answer. Thanks! –  jonsca Mar 2 '14 at 5:49
Thanks for pointers! I've expanded the answer with more info, so that it does not require the reader to follow the link. Is it good now? Are there any other ways to improve it? –  Denis Gorbachev Mar 2 '14 at 13:30
@jonsca could you please see if the answer is good now? Should I do anything else to improve it? –  Denis Gorbachev Mar 3 '14 at 12:20
@DenisGorbachev It's fine now, thanks! –  jonsca Mar 3 '14 at 15:22

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