Note: This answer has been updated due to changes in Trello. Legacy information still available at the end.
You can link to other cards in any board. Just paste the link to the card into the text...
and Trello will convert it to a nice-looking link with an icon and the card title.
When you open a card the address bar changes to a direct-link ...
It may not be automatic to assign yourself when creating new cards, but this instruction from Trello is about as it gets without being automatic.
To assign yourself to a card, press the space key while hovering over the card or when the card is open.
Yes it is possible to link individual cards and even move a card between boards.
To find a card's link:
Open the card (press Enter).
Click the More... link at the bottom of the right side panel.
You should see a text box containing the link.
To move a card:
Open the card (press Enter).
Click the Move... button in the right side panel.
Choose your board ...
If you click on the left side of the board, you can hide and show the sidebar. The same with the "List Guide", the list of lists on the left side of the board.
Here's an animated image showing how to close the sidebar:
If you go to a member's profile (such as https://trello.com/aarond), you will see a "Cards" link just like on your own profile. This will show all cards that the person is assigned to on any board that you are allowed to see.
On a single board, you can open the right sidebar, open the "Menu", and click "Filter Cards" (or press 'f' on your keyboard). From ...
Trello is phasing out board descriptions. The button is no longer available for new boards or boards without descriptions. The problem was that most people didn’t know about the feature, and making it more prominent or further investing in it didn’t seem valuable. The team recommends adding a card on the top left that says “Hey, look here for information ...
Not currently, at the moment you must open the card to see which items have been completed.
Without opening a card you can only see how many items that have been completed across all checklists (eg: 2/9, even if 1 item in a checklist of 4 and another item in a checklist of 5 have been completed).
You can expose a read only view of a private board through trello.link, a third party application built by a Trello Dev using the Trello API .
Although, the functionality is somewhat limited compared to a full board.
In the newest version (as of Jan'14), you can drag'n'drop to reorder starred boards, both in the Boards page, and in the in-board dropdown menu.
Right, found it.
Hover the cursor above a list (assuming you're using a desktop -- it'll be slightly different for an Android or iPad).
You'll see a down button appear. Clicking it brings up a list of options, of which Move List... is one of them.
The screenshot below shows how:
As far as I know it's the same thing except:
You will automatically subscribe to new cards added to the board.
You won't see the eye symbol on every card if you're subscribed to the board.
From this card on the trello development board:
Board and List Subscribe
People are looking for a way to get notified of all actions on a given
card, list, or ...
You could subscribe to the whole board, lists or cards and get notifications of what is happening there. This page will give you more information: http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/930771-subscribing-to-cards-lists-and-boards
Note: if you have a highly active board it will become in a nightmare... :D
I ended up creating a small extension called GTD: Trello Card Links that allows you to put any link on the front of your Trello Cards and make it clickable. I always found it really annoying having to click on the back of cards to get to where I wanted to be!
Clickable Links on cards
Multiple Links on cards
Link to cards and create EPIC stories
First of all, fixing it so that just adding .json to the end of the url is on our to-do list, so you could just wait for that to be fixed. However...
If you take a url like
and turn it into a url like
A screen shot might help explain what you are asking about. Short of that...
Generally, with Trello, anything new or different appearing on your Trello screen can be clicked for more information.
Example: The notification bell in the top right corner turns red when changes made by other people or due date notices for you are available to read. Click the ...
The best thing to do is add the members to the organization using the 'Add Members' button on the Members tab from the organization's page.
Click on the org name link in the top left corner of any board to open the organization page. Since the members are part of a board already, it should be easy to enter the member names.
If there is no ...
No, you cannot remove the "My Boards" section.
That section relates to boards not associated with any organization.
While you cannot remove the "My Boards" section from the "left side panel" you mention, you can minimize the appearance by
Click on the minus ("-") "Collapse section" icon to the right of "My Boards" in the left side panel.
Star boards there ...
When you add someone to a board they have to accept before seeing your cards. They will receive a notification that you have invited them, and you will receive a notification when they have accepted. Those invitations should also be in your board's history.
You can change the settings of a board to only allow team admins to add members: Show menu > Settings ...