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You can use stickers. The default stickers includes a checkmark which I use to mark things as done. It may be a little bit big, but it stays in the list and doesn't move around your card.


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You can't do this in trello but you can hide activity using a Greasemonkey / Tampermonkey script from here - http://pastebin.com/eSxriXg6


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Trello does not allow this, but you can hide the activity list using a greasemonkey script. Script code at pastebin


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Currently Trello doesn't provide filter activity feature but if you simply want to see your activity for yesterday or certain day, you can simple go to your profile and you will see all your activities there order by the date. So you can easily scroll for certain date or yesterday. You can apply this approach for the other members as well. Good luck!!!


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Click on "... Show Menu" - this should show recent activity and some options. Click on "Add Members..." - this should display a drop-down box of all your Tello users, enterprise-wide. Enter a few characters of the person's name and select them from the list - the person's avatar should appear in the crowd of members. Click on the person's avatar - should ...


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I'd suggest looking into Echo For Trello. It's an easy way to schedule the re-orcurring creation of cards similar to this. Trello is now integrated with IFTTT, as well, which could be another way to perform the same task.


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The screenshot actually shows a code block Code block - Include formatted code by wrapping it in three backticks (```) at the beginning and end of the block, or by starting a line with four spaces. Note that the triple backticks have to be on a separate line and ensure you have a blank line before and after the code block. Inline code - Include inline ...


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Code from Rich's answer and comments to it didn't work for me any longer, so here's modified working code. Keep in mind that this will DELETE the board, not close. So you won't be able to reopen it later. You have just to paste this in your browser's console when you are on team's main page ( https://trello.com/TEAM_NAME ): ...


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As Sunrise is maybe not an option forever: you can get the iCal feed from each board and import it into a 3rd party calendar like Google calendar. See: http://help.trello.com/article/811-viewing-cards-in-a-calendar-view


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Sunrise Calendar, which was recently acquired by Microsoft, offers a Trello integration that allows you to aggregate cards with due dates on to a calendar. You may need to install and configure the Trello integration via the Sunrise mobile app first, before having access to it on the desktop. Once configured, you'll have the option of selecting My Cards or ...


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You can try using Nests for Trello. It is a Chrome extension. It allows you to create a board as a card. Based on your structure, The "summary board" will be the main board. Each project will be a list within the "summary board" and within the list you can add a board for that project (which will show up as a card). but when you click on it, it will bring ...


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You can copy the entire list of subtasks and copy them into a card like so: https://trello.com/c/M56M90xj/16-create-new-cards-from-a-spreadsheet-or-list The card must then still be linkedin if you so wish it. Possibly there could be a way to create an api script for it with a browser extension


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I also find it takes a lot of time to get to a Board or Card in Trello's web interface, so I wrote a command line Trello app called Trelew. If you like the terminal, it will probably solve your problem. I find it much easier to type a few commands on the terminal, get to the current board, add cards, comment or update the description, then leave, then it ...


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There is trelew, an interactive/immersive Trello CLI app. Not very good for scripts, but awesome for normal Trello work from the terminal. You'll need nodejs to use it. If you already have npm you can just type sudo npm install -g trelew then start it with trelew


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Now that Trello has no limits on using labels, you could use that along with a few keyboard shortcuts to save time and reduce the number of clicks. Unfortunately, it's still a multi-step process. Here's how I would approach the task. Create a label that you'll use to tag the cards you want to move to another list, say Dec 2015. For quickest results, you ...


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Trello presently does not offer a way to specify the time a card due. If you use Google Chrome (or Chromium) you can install the Elegantt for Trello extension to get the functionality you're looking for. For better or for worse, Elegantt comes with other features, most notably a GANTT view of the cards on your board. Here's how it looks: Once the ...



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