If I have a list of things I want to get done, it would be nice at the end of the day/week to go to a view that had everything completed that day/week.

In an example day, the following might happen

To Do    Doing    Done
-----    -----    ----
1-A   -> 1-A   -> 1-A
1-B   -> 1-B
2-A   -> 2-A   -> 2-A

And I'd like to be able to see that in a simple list or report. Obviously, this feature becomes much more useful when the cards moved are greater than just a few (say, 10-15).

Is there a way to accomplish this, even using some special query?


I know Trello does not have this built in, but if you're open to a 3rd party tool, I might recommend something like Zapier. How useful it would be depends on the level of granularity you desire in your summary.

Consider this Zap: Trello to StatsMix. You could monitor a specific list for new Cards, and update a counter inside StatsMix when that happens.

Trello to StatsMix

If you need more information or a different analytics tool, you might look at Leftronic. Or if want to see everything, use Google Spreadsheets and do raw counts.

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    Thanks for answering Mike, but do add your affiliation. Dutch ancestors somewhere in the family? – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Jun 17 '13 at 16:07

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 shows how long a person had a card membership. The third tracking option combines the two and tracks how long a person had a membership while a card was in a certain list. This method allows for people to be assigned cards in a “to-do” list and only track the time while the card was dragged into the “doing” list. You can run a report any one of these ways whenever you want.


Not sure if it will do exactly what you are looking for, but you can try www.trellotimeline.com.

  • If you are affiliated with the site, please disclose that in your answer. – jonsca Dec 15 '13 at 16:49

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