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.
You can sort of fake it by using three backticks (```) to create a code block like this:
| Tables | Are | Cool |
| ------------- |:-------------:| -----:|
| col 3 is | right-aligned | $1600 |
| col 2 is | centered | $12 |
| zebra stripes | are neat | $1 |
which creates this:
| Tables | Are ...
There is no Delete options for lists in Trello but there is one way to do it.
Step#1: Create a new Board with any name.
Step#2: Go to the list you want to delete, and find the 3 dots next to the list title.
Step#3: Go to "Move list" and select the board that you have created, click "Move"
Step#4: Go to the new board containing the moved list.
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.
Important note — the triple backticks have to be on a separate line and ensure you have a blank line before and after the code block.
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.
I'm not aware that there is currently any way to apply a label to all cards in a list at the same time. There is a proposal on the Trello development board to implement multi-select to make bulk actions possible.
A quick way to individually assign labels is to hover your mouse over individual cards and press 0-9 to assign the associated labels. To see ...
My approach is to:
pick one of the cards as the master
copy as much info as you practically can (or want to)
paste the URL of the other card into the comments of the master
archive the unwanted card.
You can still access the info from the archived card if needed, it is not deleted.
Further to the other answers: within the Description, you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. (Note: this will only work in the description, and not in comments.)
Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address"
In the Description, enter the following:
!(link address goes here)
This appears to have changed.
On the board, show the sidebar if it's not already open, by clicking on Show sidebar or by pressing w
Click on Menu and expand it if necessary.
Click Additional Settings.
Then click Change Organization and choose your organization as above.
Sure you can. Check these links out:
Consider this as an example card:
You can link to a card as a photo using the following:
<img src="https://trello.com/c/NIRpzVDM.png" />
You could embed an iframe as follows:
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.
Trello has recently added this feature to mark a card done by clicking on due date and it does turn green.
No more moving cards into done list or labeling it done.
If you add a due date to a card, once the task is completed you can now check it off on the card, changing it from a stress-inducing red ...
Check out Parent/Child Management for Trello extension.
We faced the same problem for our Trello projects and have created this extension. It works great for us. Moreover, it's completely open source, so feel free to pull source code and contribute!
One way to easily transfer labels from one board to another, is to create a dummy card, assign all available labels to it and then move it to the new board. In this way only the default unnamed labels have to be removed.
It's now possible to choose Monday or Sunday, reportedly: http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/1277216-setting-the-first-day-of-the-week-for-the-calendar
As a Canadian, I'm not big on switching to US spellings just to get Sunday at the start of the week, but at least it's possible now.
After some experimenting with Zapier, I've managed to create a "zap" (i.e. automatic handler) that does the following:
Suppose you're working on a feature which has the following Trello card: https://trello.com/c/NuSGfssX/
You push a commit to Bitbucket, which commit message contains tr(NuSGfssX), e.g.:
hg ci -m "Finished the very important feature tr(...
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 "?...
I believe this is now possible.
Filtered view URLs can be accessed by filtering a board, and accessing the updated URL (or clicking the green "Filtering is on" button).
Copy the updated URL and share it or bookmark it to access a filtered view of the board. The URL looks like this:
The program below creates TFS tasks from Trello cards. Trello checklists appear as task item descriptions.
#region Trello ...
You can select all the text of the checklist items, starting over the checklist to avoid the drag and drop area. Then, insert the text into a new card. Push enter on the keyboard, Trello will ask you to make single cards out of every line, say yes, then archive every second card with the c key. Voila.
As I always wanted this feature, I wrote a bot that keeps cards in sync across Boards.
See if it suits your needs. From the description:
Hello, my name is cardsync and I am a bot designed to keep cards in sync,
which means I update the content of one Trello card to reflect changes
made on other card.
Also, here's a small gif animation that shows it ...