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My company is using Trello for software project management across multiple projects, and it would be convenient to organize boards by projects. Currently, we have a board for Project A: Use Cases, Project A: Stuff to do, Project B: Use Cases, and so on. But it would be more convenient to have a Project A entity, with boards called just Use Cases and Stuff to do, and only people who are associated with Project A see those boards. Right now, we just have a flat list of boards, which everyone in the organization can see, and we have to rely on naming convention to keep these straight.

Is there a better way to solve this problem?

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What about making a separate organization for each project? So organization "Project A" has boards 'Use Cases' and 'Stuff To Do'.

Downside would be having to add everyone to multiple organizations.

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I could do that, but it seems really kludgy. Although maybe if we decided that "Organization" really means "Team", it seems less so. I have to think about this some more, I guess. –  Joshua Frank Sep 20 '12 at 0:50
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