New answers tagged trello
As far as I know, it's not natively possible. If you're comfortable with third-party solutions, there's one called Contractor that takes your lists and translates them to plain text for easy copy/pasting. It sounds exactly like what you are looking for. http://contractor.launchpadlab.com Good luck!
You can sort of fake it by using three backticks (```) to create a code block like this: ''' | Tables | Are | Cool | | ------------- |:-------------:| -----:| | col 3 is | right-aligned | $1600 | | col 2 is | centered | $12 | | zebra stripes | are neat | $1 | ''' which creates this: | Tables | Are ...
You need to use %20 to represent spaces. Here is the correct code: [Click here to open a template email](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?Subject=Subject%20Text&Body=Thank%20you)
I haven't tested it, but I did find this keyboard command guide, so maybe? https://trello.com/shortcuts
I use the "Agile SCRUM for Trello boards" Chrome extension. I can use custom tags in the cards' titles like [home_pc], [phone] or [car]. These are global, meaning that you do not have to pollute all boards with the same labels. Other useful chrome extensions I found useful for implementing my flavor of GTD are "Full screen card view for Trello", "Kanban WIP ...
They added the feature! Just click on the list options and select Move all cards in this list ..., then choose a list to move them too. Huge win!
To set it to sort fully automatically within Trello is currently not possible, no. With the Chrome extension Ultimello however, you may do that manually. It's still very valuable for large columns of items.
This feature is new but only available for Trello Business Class Integrate Trello with GitHub
Well, I just hit on this idea: create a "Board of Boards". I assume each project will also move through certain phases (i.e. Lists). Each project get's a card. The card's title is the name of the project, for easy identification. For the description: get the project specific board link (available from board menu). Use that link as the description. Voila - ...
You can do this with IFTTT, which may be cheaper than using Zapier (depending on how many recurring tasks you have) There is a write up here including links to a couple of IFTTT recipes to use and details on how to build your own. http://blog.getcorrello.com/2015/11/02/how-to-create-recurring-tasks-in-trello/
Top 50 recent answers are included