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You can create a sublist in a list. Just type three times space then create an element of a list like you would normally do.


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It's not possible. You can, instead, create several checklists, and you'll have two levels: First level: a 'list' of checklists Second level: list in each checklist, as usual Advantages: When all tasks of second level are done, then the first level is shown as done. Disadvantages: You can't have more sub levels. You can't mark as done a checklist ...


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Chrome users can use the "Trellists" extension: Adds a nice bar at the top where all existing lists are shown Hide and show lists at board by clicking list name in the bar GitHub: https://github.com/VladSavitsky/trellists


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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.


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It's possible but not terribly pretty... You need to create a link to a search that performs a board: filter and a list: filter. This will then show all the cards in that board/list. For example, to create a URL that shows you the list "The First List" on board "My Board", the Trello markdown would be: [The First List](https://trello.com/search?q=board%...


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Use Trellists Chrome Extension. It puts a directory of all lists within a board at the top of the screen. You can toggle their visibility from there. Trellists - Chrome AddOn


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The Contractor app recommended by @xtoq is no longer available. If you are comfortable with using the browser console, the following JavaScript snippet from this blog post does the job: var s = []; s.push("# " + jQuery(".board-header").children()[0].innerText); jQuery(".list:has(.list-header-name)").each(function() { s.push("\n## " + jQuery(this).find("....


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I developed the extension List Layouts for Trello that allows you to toggle between displaying a Trello board's lists vertically, horizontally, or in a grid.


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I just had this problem. The users also have to "join" the board themselves. See here: On Trello, members of my organization can't move cards to another list?


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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. http://contractor.launchpadlab.com Good luck!


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Someone recently added this option to Vertical Lists for Trello (a Chrome extension I created). It might not be as full featured as you're looking for, but it will now alternate the board arrangement between horizontal, vertical and "grid".


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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.


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I, too, needed this functionality, and wrote my own Chrome extension to help with this. Collapsible Trello Lists Source available at https://github.com/webrender/trello-collapse-lists


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If you are comfortable with using the browser console, the following JavaScript snippet from this blog post will copy the the board, list and card titles sorted as requested to the clipboard in Markdown format. However, you will not be able to access the date modified this way. var s = []; s.push("# " + jQuery(".board-header").children()[0].innerText); ...


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I just did this with the plugin Stylish and some CSS tweaks. Just add @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); @-moz-document domain("trello.com") { .list { margin: 0 5px 13px 10px; } #board { flex-wrap: wrap; overflow: auto; } } to a stylish Section and apply to URLS starting with https://trello.com Works ...


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It's not possible to get a link to a list. One can get a link to a specific card but not a list. More info: Trello help: sharing links to cards and boards


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Just as the name implies, the action moves all cards from the list without taking into account if you have a filter applied. The feature you are looking for is not available in Trello as of today.


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Unfortunately, no, it's not possible. You cannot add people to a list or a card without them having access to the whole board. Privacy/visibility in Trello is at the board level. You will need separate boards for each person, if you don't want them to have access to other people's lists/cards. You can, however, move cards to specific boards. So you could ...


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There's no way to do it (https://webapps.stackexchange.com/a/43602/118250) Alternating between the < or > key and the left or right arrow keys can be pretty quick to move from one list to the next, though hundreds would still take a while. See: http://outside.hotjar.com/2014/07/04/8-trello-keyboard-shortcuts-you-must-learn-today-to-plan-and-collaborate-...


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For these cases you should always consider indicating: Each operating system and its version Each browser and its version Once you have gathered this informarion check Trello support for those platforms at trello help If everything should be fine, try to reproduce the problem in other computers having the same platforms. If still if you have problems, ...


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Switched to springpad since this doesn't appear to be a Trello feature.


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Method 1 - Move right then left n - Create the new card > - Move the card to the top of the list on the right < - Move the card to the top of the list on the left Method 2 - Choose list position when entering title Append ^1 to the title - eg "Email Jane^1" Method 3 - List action menu Click "Add Card..." from list action menu ...


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Well, it's an ugly workaround, but while viewing the archive list, you can search for the list name. That will show you the cards in that list in the search results. search syntax: list:"name of archived list"


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I too felt this was needed, but unfortunately shesek's code doesn't work anymore. I quickly put this together which runs fine (right now) in Chrome. If Trello changes their code around it'll probably stop working as well though. Anyway, this adds a tiny ×-symbol to the top left of every list which hides the list on click. It could definitely be ...


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