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As an example of card creation, I describe a bookmarklet that I use to create Trello cards from Stack Exchange questions. (More serious applications, e.g., interfacing accounts of other users, would be a topic at Stack Overflow rather than here.) Here is what you will need: Make sure you are logged in to Trello. Get app key by following instructions in ...


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In the lines of the solution by @bryan-larsen, I've created @welcomebot, a Trello bot that automates the process of getting people into a board. In his own words: I'm a bot designed to make Trello boards open for anyone to enter. If you have a board where you want to let anyone enter, to comment and see and all that, just create a card, name it in ...


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If anyone is not finding the exact place to delete cards, Websites for Trello documentation provides a guide with images on how to delete Trello cards completely. Basically, it is the following: (...) first open your card in your Trello interface, then click at the "Share and more..." link on the bottom of the left sidebar of the card; then click ...


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You should take a look at @cardsync, a Trello bot that I wrote that does exactly this: keeps cards in sync. From the bot's own description: You can use me to create 2 or more twin cards in 2 or more boards. Whenever someone updates the name, description, due date, cover image, checklists and checkitem states, add or remove attachments or add, delete or ...


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Facing this same problem, I've wrote @welcomebot, a bot that pulls people into the Board whenever they comment on a card in which @welcomebot is added, so they can create cards and do all the things normal members can do. Besides that, there's also http://boardthreads.com/, that let's anyone create cards through an email or POST request. Not exactly ...


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As you have archived the list in which the card was. You need to restore it as well. Archived list are listed in More -> Archived items as for the Cards. Click on Switch to Lists to see archived lists. What you could do to restore that single card is: Restore the list and the card, move the card, archive again the list.


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I cheated my way into this, I created a new user for each of my story point levels (.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13) and I just assign them to the card. Its a hack, but its nice because they show correctly on all trello clients and not just with an extension.


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You could accomplish this with a combination of Trello's card-specific emails and email filtering/forwarding or IFTTT. First, grab the email address for the card you want to add comments to. You'll find this under "Share and More" on the back of the card. Depending on your email provider, there are various ways to forward emails based on a rule or filter. ...


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For the free account, the only track you can keep is when he/she changes anything on the board. Regarding read only access, there is no log you can check for that. If this is a critical thing you need to solve right now, consider asking Trello support and reading help if this is available to achive by upgrading to one of the paid plans. Still, I believe ...


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This is currently not possible. A card can only have one due date. A workaround may be to create several cards that stand for the individual phases of your project. This would also allow the different phases / expected start and completion dates to show up in calendar view.


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For these cases you should always consider indicating: Each operating system and its version Each browser and its version Once you have gathered this informarion check Trello support for those platforms at trello help If everything should be fine, try to reproduce the problem in other computers having the same platforms. If still if you have problems, ...


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There's no official support from Trello, but Todoport is a webapp which offers migration between various Todo apps



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