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.
This only works in the web version of Trello.
It is a three-step process to remove a sticker:
Hover the mouse in the card so the pencil in the upper-right corner appears (in this example, for the second card that has the sticker):
Left click on the pencil and click on the sticker:
The result is:
Click on Remove. The sticker is now gone, regardless of whether Save is pressed or not.
I realize this is an old question but I could not comment on the top answer due to shortage of reputation.
Currently it is possible—see http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/1145462-searching-for-cards-all-boards- for more information. Trello searches across boards so it will find all the archived cards in all the lists with the specified name.
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.
Some of the tasks you mentioned can be performed with the keyboard. I.e. while you're not in add card mode, you can press "3" to add the third label to the card your mouse is over. So just hovering over all of the cards and pressing 3 over each one will add the appropriate label. So take a look at the keyboard shortcuts (which has its own keyboard shortcut "?...
The Shortcusts for Trello Chrome Extension lets you move cards to the top. It's open source and there is a GitHub Issue on it to add shortcut for Card Move Up/Down. (Any JS developers willing to pull this one off?)
The method using Zapier is really easy to use. But in the free version of Zapier you can use maximum 5 zaps (i.e. 5 reoccuring cards). I needed at least 10 zaps and because I'm a poor student I don't have the money for the premium account.
So I starting looking for a method using IFTTT. IFTT doesn't have a Trello channel, but there's still a easy way to ...
Yes, of course.
In the attachment section within the card, each attached file have a comment button. You just:
Click on the comment button of the attachment
The comment form will have the Markdown (for example filename.png) that you should copy and paste in the description or task in a checklist
There are two things you can do
Click move, then specify the position of the card in the destination list
The other thing you can do is to temporarily move the card to another list so that the card is visible on your screen. Then scroll to the top of your destination list. Then move the card from it's temporary spot to the top of your destination list.
The description supports markdown and embedded images. I use a service from codecogs.com to write equations online and where it says "click here to download" copy the link and put that into the Trello description.
For a simple equation my description in Trello would look something like:
var s = ;
s.push("# " + jQuery(".board-header").children().innerText);
s.push("\n## " + jQuery(this).find("....
There is now a Power-Up in the power ups list that allows you to add card numbers to all cards. Just enable the powerup and you'll see the number on the front and back of all cards.
No browser extension needed, it's provided through the official directory of power-ups and works in the new standalone apps.
Trello is very much like a wallboard with Post-it note cards with lists.
Anyone with physical (edit) access to the board can make changes.
Currently, the best approach is to discuss the issues with your team members and set guidelines for everyone.
You may not be able to enforce the guidelines, but card activity tracks who made what changes so you can ...
You need to attach a picture with a greater width/height ratio. Try using a resize service like http://cloudinary.com/ when attaching.
Trello will always try to show your picture with the width of a card, which is fixed. If the image has a low width/height ratio, the image will stretch to the top until it makes the width equal to the card width, ...
The screenshot actually shows a code block
Code block - Include formatted code by wrapping it in three backticks (```) at the beginning and end of the block, or by starting a line with four spaces. Note that the triple backticks have to be on a separate line and ensure you have a blank line before and after the code block.
Inline code - Include inline ...
If you use a browser extension like Tampermonkey, you can run a script whenever you open a Trello page which will load MathJax. Then you can write LaTeX math like normal and it will be rendered nicely for you. Here's my script for this.
The free version of trello allows you to export your data to JSON.
Just upload the JSON file to json-csv.com and you will be able to open the data up in a spreadsheet.
Then you can sort the data whichever way you like.
I think you could accomplish something similar to this by doing the following:
Use your board's email-in feature (settings -> Mail Settings) to let users mail in new cards. You can even use IFTTT to do things like "If text message tagged #idea, Then send gmail to email@example.com". Alternately, you could create a web form that emails to this ...
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
You can't create private cards - a workaround is to create a private board, and refer to the card by adding a link to the card in the private board n the description.
Your example does pretty much that
You have three options, depending on what's your role and need (your question itself touches different technical areas, not a single one):
As a casual user: email stuff to board, which will automatically create cards (you can't template much of it like no checklists, but you easily control on which board a card appears). I use it for "Inbox" boards to stack ...
As far as I know, it's not natively possible. If you're comfortable with third-party solutions, there's one called Contractor that takes your lists and translates them to plain text for easy copy/pasting. It sounds exactly like what you are looking for.
You can do this a little bit faster by:
Doing what you want with one card (you can use all actions you can find in the hotkeys help section you get by pressing the key "?")
Hovering over another card and pressing the key "R".
Repeat for every other card you want the same thing to happen.
R is the key to repeat the last action done on ...
As of January 2017, there isn't currently a way to export the custom fields data via the UI.
Luckily, it is accessible via the API and a call to the pluginData resource /cards/[cardId]/pluginData.
I've thrown together a small project that gets you halfway to where you want to be. You can check it out here: https://gomix.com/#!/project/export-trello-board-...