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Ive just seen the option to set voting permissions in Trello.

What can you vote on (boards, cards, comments) and how do you vote (I can't see any up/down arrows)?

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In the last version, it is placed under Power-Ups in the menu

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There's a vote button (up votes only).

Open the card (detail view), select the small "more" link beneath the card options on the right hand side (next to the card number), the first option is the vote button.

UPDATE:

Since the end of 2013, voting permissions are under Power-Ups (as per the accepted answer).
Actual voting is still on the card's detail view.

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So you ask a question and aswer it within the hour. You actually searched this before asking it? –  i.am.michiel Nov 3 '12 at 17:12
    
@i.am.michiel I've searched this before asking, and found this answer, and it was useful to me. –  El_Hoy Jan 9 '13 at 15:01
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The Vote button no longer appears by default, even when you click the "More..." button on a card.

You need to set the Board permissions to have Voting Enabled. On the Sidebar, click Menu -> Settings -> Voting Permissions.

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You can now access voting by simply opening the card, the vote button is now just above the archive button:

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This seems to have moved again. I just followed these instructions and there was no 'voting permissions' button in Menu->Settings. Instead, I could enable voting by going to Menu->Power Ups->Voting –  Ciaran Phillips Nov 26 '13 at 19:28
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