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Go to Board Menu > Share, Print, & Export (this will export the data to a JSON file) Use this JSON to CSV converter to convert the JSON file to CSV format. Open the file up in Excel.


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Use Menu | Filter Cards to search within a board. If you have an available Label, use that to make cards to discuss. Steps to take: Open the card you wish to flag and select "Labels" button on right Select "Change label names for board..." Pick an unused label and add your text, similar to "Discussion Required". Click Save Select the Label (make sure ...


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You can select all the text of the checklist items, starting over the checklist to avoid the drag and drop area. Then, insert the text into a new card. Push enter on the keyboard, Trello will ask you to make single cards out of every line, say yes, then archive every second card with the c key. Voila.


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See Changing the organization to which a board belongs On this menu on the right side of the board: … click "Additional Settings", then click "Change Organization…"


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You can use google calendar to create a monthly event (I'd recommend creating a new calendar just for recurring trello tasks by going to "My calendar" -> "Create new calendar" on the left-hand side of the web interface). Then setup an email reminder for that event and you'll get notified once a month per email. Once you have done that, setup your email ...


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Sounds like a bug. Try clearing your localStorage. You can do this by going to trello.com and running javascript:localStorage.clear() from the address bar.


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Try the below example, just you have to add a blank newline between the name of the list and the items. Ingredients: - Eggs - Oil - *Optional:* milk Output: Ingredients: Eggs Oil Optional: milk


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Yes, you can. Be careful though. Yes. When you select multiple Labels while filtering cards, these are found using "OR" (Open a board then Menu | Filter Cards to perform these search actions) Example: Selecting Green and Yellow (you can name labels too) will find All cards that have Either Yellow OR Green attached. Yes. When you enter words in the ...


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You can do it via Trello API. Just use POST /1/cards method to add card and specified due argument. I do not think that it is possible to achieve this functionality in current version of Trello GUI. See: Adding card



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