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How to automatically count amount of cards? In some list, or in the board.

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Click on show menu on the right side of the board if its not visible.

From the Menu option select Search Cards.

In the text box type * to "filter by everything".

All cards will remain visible and you'll also get card counts at the top of each list.

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This only works in the web version of Trello.

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    Nice tip. If you're using the Android app, by the way, you have to type @ or # instead, for the count to show up. – Venryx Feb 20 '17 at 7:10
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    Note that this method hides all cards as a result, so if your goal is to see cards AND the counters simultaneously, see other answers. – John G Hohengarten Aug 18 '17 at 17:32
  • If you are trying this and it's not showing the card count, you can also just type * to "filter by everything". All cards will remain visible, but you'll get card counts at the top of each list. – Myles Jan 30 '18 at 14:17
  • Sort it out Trello. When your users need to ask on a QA site how to view basic information you've messed up. I think most (I certainly did) expect to find this on the 3-dot menu attached to each list. – Damien Roche Nov 22 '19 at 9:56
  • Hello I am using this chrome extension. It's very nice. chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cardcounter-for-trello-wi/… – Henrique Brugugnoli Feb 22 at 18:00
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If you use Chrome, there is an extension called CardCounter

It does the job but i'm looking for something nicer.

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I am using this extension for Chrome: CardCounter For Trello.

This extension shows me the total cards that I have in my board.

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All you have to do is keep the filter "*" on.

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If you use the List Limits extension, it will count them for you. You have to add a maximum limit of cards the list can have, and it will show as ACTUAL_NUMBER / MAX

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