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It is a three-step process to remove a sticker: Hover the mouse in the card so the pencil in the upper-right corner appears (in this example, for the second card that has the sticker): Left click on the pencil and click on the sticker: The result is: Click on Remove. The sticker is now gone, regardless of whether Save is pressed or not.
Note: This answer has been updated due to changes in Trello. Legacy information still available at the end. The answer You can link to other cards in any board. Just paste the link to the card into the text... and Trello will convert it to a nice-looking link with an icon and the card title. When you open a card the address bar changes to a ...
You can do this for free with just a little extra effort. We have a specific board where all the cards are "recurring". No need to create a card for every occurrence of a task, just re-use the same cards! Our board has lists for Daily, Weekly, Monthly/Quarterly, Once and Completed/Retired task lists. Some cards have the day in the title (Tue: Clean Desk) ...
Zapier can do this with https://zapier.com/z/60m/zapbook/schedule/trello/9149/create-trello-card-every-month/! It is very simple but very powerful, you can even dynamically insert the day of week or time into the card (it doesn't have to be static content). Of course, you can also make this a daily or weekly task, you call! Here is the link: ...
Click on show menu on the right side of the board if its not visible. From the Menu option select Filter Cards. In the text box do not type anything. Just press enter. You will see all your lists with their card counts.
Yes it is possible to link individual cards and even move a card between boards. To find a card's link: Open the card (press Enter). Click the More... link at the bottom of the right side panel. You should see a text box containing the link. To move a card: Open the card (press Enter). Click the Move... button in the right side panel. Choose your ...
You can hover over the top card in a list and press N That will cause the card to go in in the #2 slot.
When you click to add a card, on the right side of the dialogue that pops up you can see a down arrow. Click that, click "position" and you can select the position from the right side of that prompt. You can also type your card content like this: Sample content ^top Then click the "top" prompt that comes up.
If you use Chrome, there is an extension called CardCounter It does the job but i'm looking for something nicer.
It sounds like you've got a filter on. Click "Filter Cards" in the right sidebar, and then "Clear All Filters". Alternatively, hit 'x' to clear the filter.
Click the list menu (icon appears on hover near the list title) and click "Add Card", which will open the add card dialog at the top instead of the bottom of the list.
The method using Zapier is really easy to use. But in the free version of Zapier you can use maximum 5 zaps (i.e. 5 reoccuring cards). I needed at least 10 zaps and because I'm a poor student I don't have the money for the premium account. So I starting looking for a method using IFTTT. IFTT doesn't have a Trello channel, but there's still a easy way to ...
I don't think there is a way to display card numbers from the board view. You can suggest this feature at email@example.com A quick workaround for this until there is a solution is to hover over the card title in the board view. The URL preview provided by the browser (e.g. in Chrome the URL preview of the link is at the bottom left of the browser) ...
I was looking for the same feature today while checking Trello out and I found that it's not possible for the moment. You can vote for this request, like many of us did already: https://trello.com/card/multi-select/4d5ea62fd76aa1136000000c/1367
Not currently, at the moment you must open the card to see which items have been completed. Without opening a card you can only see how many items that have been completed across all checklists (eg: 2/9, even if 1 item in a checklist of 4 and another item in a checklist of 5 have been completed).
It's meant to indicate that the member is the board/organization admin. Previously this was indicated by a blue square/circle.
Open the card, Right-click in the white-space, in the bottom-left corner, there's the Archive button.
I am using this extension for Chrome: CardCounter For Trello. This extension shows me the total cards that I have in my board.
Currently the feature you want is not implemented. The only way to prioritise cards without drag and drop is moving all cards out of the list and move card with the highest priority first back to the list.
Trello is very much like a wallboard with Post-it note cards with lists. Anyone with physical (edit) access to the board can make changes. Currently, the best approach is to discuss the issues with your team members and set guidelines for everyone. You may not be able to enforce the guidelines, but card activity tracks who made what changes so you can ...
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You have a checklist on that card with one of two items completed.
There are no plans to add such a feature. You could use the card description for more detail.
You can use this bookmarklet. I'm going to create some Google Chrome Extension in near future. But this bookmarklet is very simple fast solution to show card numbers on each card.
Trello uses Markdown in its description, not HTML. However, there are online tools that convert from one to the other, such as Pandoc. I don't think Zapier has any content conversion utilities, so you might have to do this manually after the card is created.
You may be a member of the 'Organisation' but not explicitly a member of the 'Board'. You can probably browse to the Board, but not make any changes, add cards, etc. Once you are a 'member' or 'admin' of the Board, you'll be able to do all these things. In summary, you need to be added to the individual boards as well as the organisation.
If you go to a member's profile (such as https://trello.com/aarond), you will see a "Cards" link just like on your own profile. This will show all cards that the person is assigned to on any board that you are allowed to see. On a single board, you can open the right sidebar, open the "Menu", and click "Filter Cards" (or press 'f' on your keyboard). From ...
I think you could accomplish something similar to this by doing the following: Use your board's email-in feature (settings -> Mail Settings) to let users mail in new cards. You can even use IFTTT to do things like "If text message tagged #idea, Then send gmail to firstname.lastname@example.org". Alternately, you could create a web form that emails to this ...
Just figured it out by accident: If you create a new checklist, one of the options is to Copy items from ... [another checklist]
You have three options, depending on what's your role and need (your question itself touches different technical areas, not a single one): As a casual user: email stuff to board, which will automatically create cards (you can't template much of it like no checklists, but you easily control on which board a card appears). I use it for "Inbox" boards to ...
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