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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.
You can copy a checklist on a board (Open card, "Add Checklist...", "Copy Items From..."), but there is no option to copy across boards, sorry. You might try out the API if you want something custom like that. You can also copy boards ("Options" > "Copy Board..."), if that helps.
I think this post from Trello's blog gets at what you are looking for: http://blog.trello.com/using-multiple-boards-for-a-super-flexible-workflow/ The tools they are talking about will allow you to accomplish what you want. Except, for your purposes you would want to reverse the workflow diagram they are showing here. Instead of all the cards eventually ...
Right, found it. Hover the cursor above a list (assuming you're using a desktop -- it'll be slightly different for an Android or iPad). You'll see a down button appear. Clicking it brings up a list of options, of which Move List... is one of them. The screenshot below shows how:
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).
Sort of, if you ignore the semantics for a minute. Create a 'summary' board to summarize your different projects (each card = a project) Create a seperate board for each of those projects (each card = a task) Copy the hyperlink for each project board [click on the board name in the top left corner, then click share, then 'CTRL C' the hyperlink...], then go ...
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