Sometimes I work on a bus or in places, where I can't use internet.
Is there a way to use Trello offline?
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As of January 27 2017, the Trello app for iOS and Android now works offline natively.
Different locales are seeing this roll out in a staggered manner but it should be available to you soon if it isn't already.
There is currently no way to use Trello offline.
However, if you do go offline, Trello will inform you and will update your board when you're back online.
As of July 2015, (question asked back in 2011) you still (!) can't do much offline beyond see lists of cards, but:
Yes, we are working on this. We have a plan on what we need to do. It's a big project and it will be a long while before we have something to show you.
You can currently:
- create cards while offline
- add comments while offline
- upload attachments while offline
- view cached boards while offline
We are working on expanding this. We have a plan on what we need to do. It's a big project and it will be a long while before we have something to show you.
...unfortunately, other than viewing my lists, I can't do anything [while offline] without it falling apart.
Any editing to my board (e.g. adding a list, adding a card , editing card details) is usually not registered and, in some cases, causes the app to crash.
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