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Yes. Download www.outlook2web.com and then you can drag an email from Outlook directly to Trello. It is saved as a .msg file.
In the free version there are only two types of roles - Members and Admins - both of which are allowed to change/delete content from cards, so this will not work for you. The Observer role in the Business Class (paid) version might work for you. Trello help documentation describes the Observer role as: Observers - An observer is a member with ...
Did you mean to say: Is their a way to import them to each board instead of having to write the same lists for every board? Because if that is what you are trying to do, then I might have a solution for you. Make a template board with the standard lists that you will use over and over again. While you're at it, name the standard labels that you ...
I found a great solution that's a blend of the options many of you suggested. I created a new calendar in Google calendar, and I put my recurring events on this calendar. Then I have Zapier create a new Trello card for each new event on that calendar. This gives me dynamic control over creating new events as well.
This is not an answer I intended on adding a comment but I do not have necessary 50 rep points yet in order to do so. However, I really wanted to address bubbleking's issue in his comment dated Apr 8, therefore, apologies for the false answer. bubbleking, have you tried typing this into the search bar? label:"at home" label:"medium energy required" ...
Can you elaborate what you mean by Room? If by that you mean Board then you can use @board to notify everyone in the board.
I'm using http://connie-clark.github.io/print-trello/. I run it as instructed, then since I want it all on a quarter-size sheet, I copy/paste the contents of each list into a pre-formatted Word document that I set up. I also made a Word macro to delete out some things I don't want, and quickly turn each list into a Word bulleted list. It would be so nice ...
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