New answers tagged trello
Both of the actions you described use the DELETE HTTP verb. Is your proxy blocking non-GET/POST/PUT requests? Other things that use DELETE, for testing if this is in fact the root issue: Removing a member from a card Deleting a card Removing a member from a board Removing a vote from a card (requires the voting powerup to be enabled)
I created a tool called reportsfortrello.com. It is free to see the last 1000 actions per board (the trello api limit). There are 3 types of time tracking available by simply using whatever Trello client you like (phone/tab/desktop). The list tracking shows how long a card was in a “doing” list ( or whatever list you want to track). The membership tracking ...
Not sure if it will do exactly what you are looking for, but you can try www.trellotimeline.com.
Internet Explorer supports this natively using the file://c:/ syntax. FireFox has a funky syntax and does not enable local file access by default Chrome does not support this However, you can install browser extensions to both FireFox and Chrome to provide behavior consistent with Internet Explorer: FireFox LocalLink Chrome LocalLinks
Yes you can. Simply drag the item from one checklist to the other. Here's a screenshot
I created a tool called reportsfortrello.com that will show you how long a card was in a list during a range of time. It is free and allows you to look 1000 actions back per board. It can also track card memberships.
I've written a script that does something similar—you create a card on a specific list, and it updates the card based on the template for the list. All you need is a Google account. You can find it here: http://www.littlebluemonkey.com/add-enhanced-workflow-to-trello/
As usual, the rigor of trying to define the question pointed me to the answer. I'm putting it here for posterity. The second hilighted item is a different Organization (in our case, the company). So, in a way, it is a "container" of Boards.
Most things on a card will have a "Save" button. In addition to that, other items, such as editing labels or assigning members, will display a tick or checkmark (✔) next to the action you've just completed. For the most part, when the card content changes, it will autosave. Sometimes, if you hit ESC on a field, or close it before it has a chance to save, ...
Top 50 recent answers are included