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Click the list menu (icon appears on hover near the list title) and click "Add Card", which will open the add card dialog at the top instead of the bottom of the list.


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You can hover over the top card in a list and press N That will cause the card to go in in the #2 slot.


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When you click to add a card, on the right side of the dialogue that pops up you can see a down arrow. Click that, click "position" and you can select the position from the right side of that prompt. You can also type your card content like this: Sample content ^top Then click the "top" prompt that comes up.


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This is not possible now, but as Rich Armstrong (Director of Customer Operations at Fog Creek Software, the makers of Trello) pointed out in his comment there is a feature request called Collapsible Lists which you can support by e-mailing feature-ideas@trello.com.


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I was looking for the same feature today while checking Trello out and I found that it's not possible for the moment. You can vote for this request, like many of us did already: https://trello.com/card/multi-select/4d5ea62fd76aa1136000000c/1367


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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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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).


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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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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


4

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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This is now available as a paid "business-class" feature. There is also a free chrome extension that downloads the current board as an excel spreadsheet.


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There's no way to set a default label for cards created in a list. You might try the keyboard shortcuts to add them quickly, though. https://trello.com/shortcuts


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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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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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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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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:


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Only Cards can be labelled, labelling in Trello means the Card is assigned to a category (represented by a coloured "tab" at the top of the Card). Lists can however be renamed (their title changed) by simply clicking on the title, which puts it into Edit mode. When you create a new list (using Options -> More -> Add List from the right-hand-side menu ...


3

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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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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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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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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Yes, it is possible to hide (archive) and show entire lists in Trello. To hide a list, open the list's menu (hover over the list's name and you'll see a little triangle appear, click that and you'll see the list's menu). From the menu, choose Archive This List. The list and all of the cards on the list will be hidden, but they are not deleted, you can get ...


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There's a similar question on stackexchange here, where Rich Armstrong of Trello mentions a proposed collapsible lists Trello feature you can vote on: How do I hide and show entire tasks lists in Trello?


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No. But see How do I hide and show entire tasks lists in Trello? , which has ".. there is a feature request called Collapsible Lists which you can support by e-mailing feature-ideas@trello.com."


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Sort of, if you ignore the semantics for a minute. Create a 'summary' board to summarize your different projects (each card = a project) Create a seperate board for each of those projects (each card = a task) Copy the hyperlink for each project board [click on the board name in the top left corner, then click share, then 'CTRL C' the hyperlink...], then go ...


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No. A list is collection of vertically-arranged cards. They may represent a collection of ideas, things to remember, or different stages of a workflow. Source.


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I needed this myself, so I wrote https://github.com/shesek/trello-hide-lists. Check it out.


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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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I think this post from Trello's blog gets at what you are looking for: http://blog.trello.com/using-multiple-boards-for-a-super-flexible-workflow/ The tools they are talking about will allow you to accomplish what you want. Except, for your purposes you would want to reverse the workflow diagram they are showing here. Instead of all the cards eventually ...


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