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This can indeed be done by simply mentioning a users name, either by typing it or by typing a + or @ followed by their name or e-mail address. However this will not work for an existing comment, either when editing or when replying. It only works when creating a new comment.


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One used to be able to assign a task just by typing someone's name. 2019 Update That way has changed. You will now be given the option to assign a Task (Action Item) as soon as and only if you type either the @ or + characters. Following that you can choose who to assign the task to. Pro Tips You can use the same technique in Google Spreadsheets as ...


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Trello does not currently have a sort cards function. You can put those values in the card description. Manual sort by dragging and dropping cards may be your only option right now. Easier than changing values for some of those subjective points.


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Click the My Tasks button, and then open the Calendar there, you will see all your day-specific tasks there. Let me know if you can't find it, I will post a screenshot.


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Create the task in the task area on the right-hand-side of the page. You don't need to specify a date, it will only appear in the task block, not on the calendar.


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I figured out how to do this. Look for "My calendars" on the left. Click it to expand it. You should see a row/item labelled "Tasks". If the checkbox next to "Tasks" is not already checked, check it. Now you should see a sidebar on the right appear, labelled "Tasks". This is the list of tasks. Click any empty area in that sidebar, and that will let ...


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Another option is to use the Import Wizard, by Import2 (disclaimer, I work for Import2). This will import your data directly from CSV into a list in Trello.


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The new Google Inbox seems to do what you want. It lets you snooze a message to a specific time. While the message is snoozed, it does not show up in your inbox.


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