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A Google Account with an IFTTT recipe can help you achieve this. Prerequisites Google Account If you don't use Gmail, you can sign up for a Google Account using your existing (non-Gmail) email address. Once you have a Google Account, you will have access to Google Calendar among other apps. IFTTT Account Sign up for IFTTT if you don't have an ...


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For anyone that still has this problem there is a simple solution - stylish. It's available for Chrome and Firefox and allows you to write custom styles for websites. There are plenty ready-to-use ones like "Trello card id's" etc.. By adding the following to your style you can hide nth list from the view .js-list.list-wrapper:nth-child(XXX){ ...


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Well, apparently Trello has an iCalendar Feed and Outlook can subscribe to these feeds, so you probably just need to mix these two features.


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I think it would be a great addition if the card itself had a "completed" check box similar to the check list items. At the moment, my workaround is to create a check list per card and add at least one item. It would be much quicker to simply set the card itself to "completed". Furthermore, it would be nice to add an optional "completion date" to a card or ...


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The same thing happened to me by viewing the board at websitesfortrello.com I can't get off the board. When I chatted with the guy at the websites site, he actually told me i had somehow given him the power to change and even delete my other boards. I have contacted Trello and am awaiting a response. Very concerning, even if the guy was just messing with ...


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A lot of bulk actions are supported by the external Foreach service, which is very handy.


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Well, there is this tool I wrote, Trello Attachment Editor, which lets you edit and replace attachments inside of cards without having to manually download and upload them. The process is simple, but currently it only support text files. If you are confortable with editing images as texts, it would work for you. Jokes apart, maybe it is possible to ...


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You can find cards without labels buy using the - operator. For example, if you have a label called red and a label called blue and you want to see all cards without a label, try this: -label:red -label:blue The result will be any card that does not have the red or blue label. Of course you will have to list all of your labels for this to work.


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You can use https://trello.com/cardsync to create cards that mirror each other, then you place one at each list. From the @cardsync description: Hello, my name is cardsync and I am a bot designed to keep cards in sync, which means I update the content of one Trello card to reflect changes made on other card. You can use me to create 2 or more twin ...


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I wrote this bot, https://trello.com/refbot, that you can add to your board and, from now on (it does not work with links created in the past), every time a card links to other cards, a link (as a comment) will be added back to the linked card, so you can get a quick overview of who is referencing who. Following is a small demo that shows it in action:


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I use Stylebot with this css code - of course it does not work in mobile applications :-) .card-detail-item-block * { line-height: 18px; font-size: 14px; font-weight: normal; }


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They are logged in the JSON export of the card.


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Contact FogCreek directly and ask (they are awesome). Since this is a security concern, they'll help you promptly ...


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Neither thing is a built-in feature of Trello. In fact, the second question came up before, with the same answer: Default card assignment to self Trello - Automatically assign member when date is added You may want to submit a feature request to Trello (to have an option to show card creator on front of the card), or look into 3rd party tools such as ...


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Add a checklist (as little as a single item: "done"), then mark the card as done in the checklist. The card will visually display in green a checkmark for the checklist.


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Further to the other answers: within the Description you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address" In the Description, enter the following: ![](link address goes here) e.g. ![](https://trello-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/55c1647...b6b/myimage.png)



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