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Q re organizing carts I want 5 people to generate a list of 15 or 20 cards and group them


make a grocery list of 15 items to buy like apples and toilet paper then group them into similar categories like fruit, dairy, paper products then prioritize the groups [list] for example in start to finish purchase order then ask 5 different people to do homework on categories [lists]

Can you suggest a way to do this kind of listing, grouping prioritizing activity?

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There's no formal way to group cards (besides lists, of course).

I think checklists might be a good solution for this. You could add multiple checklists to a card ("Fruit", "Dairy", "Paper Products"), then sort them vertically by priority. Alternatively, you could have multiple cards ("Fruit", "Dairy", "Paper Products"), then a single checklist on each.

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(Note: I work on the Trello team.) – Bobby Grace May 30 '12 at 20:07
you no longer need to say you work on the Trello team to every question you answer. It's in your profile. – Rich Armstrong May 30 '12 at 20:08

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