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  • Moving a board to a different team

    You can change the team that a board belongs to by opening the right sidebar on the board, selecting "More", then "Settings", and "Change Team." Select the team you would like your board to belong to

  • Unable to edit a team board

    How come I can see the board, but can't add cards or make changes? If you're able to see your team's boards but not able to move or add cards, comment, or edit the board in any other way, you most lik

  • Making changes to a card in iOS

    Adding attachments, checklists, labels, members, or due dates You can add attachments, checklists, labels, members and due dates to cards.  Open the card you want to add attachments, checklists, label

  • Task Dependencies

    In project management, the completion of a task often requires the prior completion of other tasks. In order words, a task depends on other tasks. A task's dependencies can be: Sub-tasks: The task is

  • How to use Advanced Checklists to set due dates and add members to checklist items

    Advanced Checklists are now part of Business Class and Enterprise Team boards! Advanced Checklists allows you to assign a due date and a person to individual checklist items and see all of your

  • Linking a Trello Enterprise to an Atlassian Organization

    This page will help you connect the new version of Trello Enterprise to an Atlassian Organization for the purpose of setting up SSO powered by Atlassian Access. You can link your Trello Enterprise to

  • Adding a member to a card

    Board members can also be added to individual cards to indicate association or to assign those members to the card. Adding a member to a card automatically allows them to watch the card. They will

  • Trello and GDPR - Our Commitment to Data Privacy

    Trello is committed to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). The regulation contains the most significant changes to European data privacy legislation in the last 20 years.

  • Power-Ups by Trello

    Power-Ups turn Trello boards into living applications. Through adaptable features and integrations, Power-Ups help users use Trello to meet their unique needs. The following Power-Ups have been

  • How to use Trello like a pro

    The Help Guide is full of useful information when it comes to using Trello, but we’ve gathered some of our favorite tricks and tips here, along with the articles they came from. These are most useful

  • Revoking A Trello Token

    User Tokens Third-party applications can be granted access to your Trello account via an authorization flow. When you grant access, Trello gives the third-party developer a token that can be used to

  • How To Use Trello Business Class Like A Pro

    If you're interested in pro-level tips and tricks, check out  How to Use Trello Business Class Like a Pro.

  • Leaving a board in Trello

    To leave a board in Trello, open the board menu on the right side of the board, click "More" and choose "Leave Board". This will remove your user from the board, which means you may no longer be able

  • Creating a new Trello account

    To create a new Trello account, you'll need to use a unique email address not already used in Trello. Go to and enter your information to complete the signup. Check your

  • Finding or looking up cards (Butler advanced topic)

    Finding Other Cards When we run a Butler command by pressing a card button, or by triggering a rule that reacts to changes on a card, the actions of the command (e.g. adding a label) happen on the

  • Creating Custom Emoji in Trello

    Uploading custom emoji Trello features emoji that you can use in comments, checklist items, descriptions, and elsewhere. With Trello Gold or Trello Business Class, you can also upload your own emoji.

  • Butler: Appending Text to a Card Name or Description

    You can insert or append text to the name of a card by renaming it and using the {cardname} variable in a command. The variable {cardname} will be replaced with the current name of the card. The end

  • Making sense of Trello's JSON export

    Trello's  export tools offer the option to export your data as JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). JSON is primarily intended as a data format that machines can interpret and use. As a result although 

  • Getting started with Trello video demo

    Brian from the Trello team walks you through a basic introduction of a Trello board. A full transcript is provided below the video. If you'd prefer a non-video guide, check out our  Getting Started Gu

  • Getting custom data from Trello into a spreadsheet

    The fastest way to get data out of Trello is to simply export to JSON or CSV (CSV is available to Business Class members). See Exporting data from Trello for more information. If you're looking for so

  • Inviting people by using a shareable link

    You can invite others to your boards and teams by sharing a special link with them. When you go to add members to a board or team, you'll see "Invite people by giving them a special link..." Click

  • Using keyboard shortcuts in Trello

    Trello has keyboard shortcuts! Go to to see what they are. You can also press Shift + ? on your keyboard while in Trello to view a list of shortcuts. Here are some of the

  • Adding checklists to cards

    A checklist is a way of keeping track of subtasks within a card. You can add multiple checklists to a single card. Adding Add Checklists via the "Add Checklist" button in the "Add" section of the

  • Mirroring Cards

    Mirroring cards helps you keep data in sync across all cards. When you attach a card to another card, the cards aren't automatically synced. But there are many great options for setting up different t

  • The Trello App for Slack

    The Trello app for Slack links your Trello teams to your Slack teams:  Introducing the Trello App for Slack. To make collaboration easier, any non-guest member of the Slack team will be able to join t

  • How To Format Your Text in Trello

    Markdown is a simple language used to add formatting to text. Trello uses a modified version of the Markdown syntax. It allows you to easily add bold, italics, links, lists, paragraphs, headers, and

  • Filtering vs. Searching

    This article is about the difference between filtering cards on a board and searching for cards. Trello for Web gives you the ability to search for cards across all boards, and filter single boards

  • Time Tracking

    This feature is not currently available within Trello but we think it’s a great idea and something we may consider adding in the future when we have more developer resources to make it work. Summary

  • Losing connection to Trello servers

    If you are away from your computer for a while and lose connection to the Trello servers because your computer went to sleep, or you temporarily lose your network connection, a red box will appear in

  • The Home page

    When you log in to Trello or visit while you're logged in, you'll get to the Home page which provides a high-level perspective of activity across your Trello account and lets you

  • Requested Scopes for the Slack App

    For more details on the Slack app, see our main article:  The Trello App for Slack The Trello App for Slack requests the minimal set of scopes required to operate properly. They are listed below along

  • Recovering the description or title of a card that has been changed

    If someone changes the description of a card, it may appear that the entire description has been deleted. However, Trello tracks these changes in the background so you can recover the original

  • Power-Ups by Unito: Sync Boards, Cards, and More

    *Note: Unito requires a separate subscription outside of any Trello subscription. See their pricing page for more information. Any support requests for these Power-Ups should go to Unito Support.

  • Receiving Trello notifications

    When watching a card, you’ll get notifications for… All comments from other users Adding, changing, and upcoming due dates Card moves and archives Attachments uploaded to a card When watching a list

  • Sharing links to cards, boards, comments and actions

    You can easily obtain and share a link to a board, card, comment or action in Trello. If you are linking to a private item then the person you are sharing the link with must be a member of that board

  • Using the Evernote Power-Up

    Enabling the Power-Up To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on the right side of the page, select the Power-Ups menu option, and then click the "enable" button next to the Evernote Power-Up. Aut

  • Copying cards, lists, or boards

    You can copy pretty much anything in Trello, making it really useful to re-use existing cards, checklists, lists, and boards. Cards Open a card and select "Copy" from the right sidebar under

  • Trello For Android Widgets

    The Trello Widgets for Android are a great way to quickly add cards and see what cards you have due! Adding the Trello Widget The Trello Widget can  be found in the same place as all of your devices o

  • How to Uninstall the Trello Desktop App

    Whether you're troubleshooting a performance problem or want to move to the web app, removing the Trello Desktop app is as easy as using the default "Remove Programs" tool on windows, or deleting the

  • Adding attachments to cards

    Card attachments are files uploaded to cards. Attachments appear in the "Attachments" section of the card detail. You can add attachments from: Your Computer Trello Google Drive Dropbox Box OneDrive

  • Using Trello with an Atlassian account

    Important note: The integration of an Atlassian account with your Trello account is currently in progress, which means that your Trello account will soon be linked to Atlassian account. Atlassian

  • Special Characters

    In actions that accept text, such as changing the description of a card, posting a comment, or sending an email notification, you can enter newline characters by using the notation \n. For example: wh

  • Butler: Card Mirroring

    Butler allows for basic card mirroring, or in other words, make the actions on one card automatically perform changes on another card. This is typically done on cards that are copies of each other,

  • Creating Template Cards

    Creating a template card Turning a card into a template will automatically toggle on the template feature for that card and show a badge on the front of the template card, in addition to the Card

  • Custom Field Variables

    The value of custom fields can be obtained by using a variable in the form {{%Field Name}}. Custom field variables are case sensitive. Examples: when custom field "Start Date" is set by anyone, post

  • Using the Confluence Power-Up

    Enabling the Confluence Power-Up To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on the right side of the page, select the Power-Ups menu option, and then click the "enable" button next to the Confluence

  • Watching cards, lists, and boards

    Watching allows you to be notified when another user makes a change to a card, list or board in Trello. When watching a card, you’ll get notifications for… All comments Adding, changing, and upcoming

  • Creating cards by email

    You can create cards on a board by writing or forwarding an email to Trello. To get your email address for a board, log in to Trello in the browser and open the board you would like to create cards

  • Using the Salesforce Power-Up

    Using the Salesforce Power-Up, you can attach leads, contacts, opportunities, and cases to cards in Trello. For now, our Salesforce Power-Up only works with the the Salesforce Enterprise, Unlimited,

  • Using the Help Scout Power-Up

    Help Scout is an email help desk for teams. This Power-Up allows you to attach conversations from Help Scout to cards in Trello. Enabling the Power-Up To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on th