Enterprise Admin Dashboard

As part of Trello Enterprise, Enterprise admins have access to an Enterprise-wide management dashboard where they can view all Trello members related to an Enterprise, and view and manage permissions for teams and boards within their Enterprise. Right now, the dashboard is per-Enterprise, so if your team has both enforced-SSO teams and SSO-as-a-convenience teams, you'll access those dashboards separately.

Open the Dashboard

The dashboard is accessible to admins for your Enterprise(s). Your Enterprise Account Manager can confirm who those users are if you're uncertain. Team admins are not automatically Enterprise admins.

An Enterprise admin can access the dashboard by clicking the suitcase icon in the top right of the screen:

On the left of the dashboard, you'll see a way to navigate between Enterprise teams, members, team settings, Power-Up administration, and public boards.

The top of the screen lists the Enterprise's name and whether it requires its team members to log in using SSO or not.

Members page on Enterprise Admin Dashboard

Enterprise Teams

The Teams tab on the Enterprise Admin Dashboard displays all teams that have been approved to be part of your Enterprise. All of your team and power-up settings (mentioned later on this page) apply to the members and boards within these teams.

Teams tab on Enterprise Admin Dashboard

The Pending tab under Teams will display any team that has requested to join your Enterprise. On this page, you can either approve the request, which will make the team appear within the main Teams list, or you can deny the request, meaning the requesting team will not be approved to join your Enterprise.

Enterprise Members

The main Members tab on the Enterprise Admin Dashboard displays all billable accounts that are active on teams within your Enterprise.

To search for a specific member, type their name or username in the search box in the top right of the dashboard.

Filtering Members

You can filter your view of members by which team(s) they’re on, whether or not they’ve been transferred into your Enterprise, when their last login was, and if they’re a team admin or Enterprise admin.

Filtering by admin status

Enterprise Team Management

To add/remove or deactivate/reactivate members from Enterprise teams, select the checkbox for one or more members (or click “Select All” to select every member in your Enterprise), and then click “Teams…” in the yellow bar at the top of the members list. From here, you can choose to add, remove, deactive, or reactivate the selected members to the desired team.

After performing one of these actions, you'll see a status message about the members—who was successfully added/removed, who was already in the team, and who can't be added to/removed from the team because of policy restrictions around email domain addresses, etc.

Adding an Enterprise member to an Enterprise team

Enterprise Admin Privileges and Deactivation

To grant or revoke Enterprise Admin privileges, or deactivate members from your Enterprise, select the checkbox for one or more members, and then click “Enterprise…” in the yellow bar at the top of the members list. From here, you can choose to make selected members Enterprise admins, remove Enterprise admin status, or deactivate selected members from the Enterprise.

Revoking Enterprise Admin privileges from Enterprise members

Other Member Types

In addition to the main Members tab that displays members that are active in teams within your Enterprise, there are three additional sub-pages to view other types of members of your Enterprise:

  • Free SSO Accounts: Free accounts that use SSO but aren't in any Enterprise teams.
  • Board Guests: Free accounts that are collaborators outside of your Enterprise.
  • Deactivated Accounts:  Accounts that have been deactivated from the Enterprise and all Enterprise teams.

Team Settings

The Team Settings tab provides enterprise-wide permissions settings that apply to all teams within your Enterprise. In many of these settings, you can either specify a permission that applies to every team in your Enterprise, or you can choose to let team admins decide how to handle the permission on a per-team basis.

For more specific information on the Team Settings tab, please see Enterprise Wide Permissions.

Permissions that apply to all teams within an Enterprise

Public Boards

The Public Boards tab allows you to view and change visibility of all public boards that are within Enterprise teams. For more, see Managing Public Boards Within an Enterprise.

Public boards that have been created within Enterprise teams

Power-Up Administration

Enterprise Power-Up Administration allows administrators to control which Power-Ups are allowed to be added to boards within the Enterprise. This feature also gives visibility into which Power-Ups are currently in-use within the Enterprise and how many boards they’re used on.

For more, see Enterprise Power-Up Administration.

Enterprise Power-Up Administration