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I'm considering using Trello to replace lists we keep in FogBugz wikis and in Google Docs. But both of those allow version control -- I can see what the list looked like yesterday, and roll back to that version if I need to.

Can Trello do this?

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No. You can now export your data from Trello - see Is it possible to export my data from Trello, to back it up? - but there is no built in way to import historical data back in.

The Trello FAQ makes no mention of importing even new data, and it says the API is read-only.

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Trello can't do that, but can. It's an online backup & restore tool for Trello, which also allows you to restore your data to a specific point in time.

Full disclosure: I'm the developer, running the early access program for this software.

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