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  • Which Trello plan is the best one for me?

    Trello is a simple, yet powerful tool. It is made to be easy to use and flexible, so you can create anything you want. Most of that power is free and available to absolutely everybody, and you can be

  • Customizing the Trello user interface with Butler buttons

    Butler allows you to customize the Trello user interface by adding buttons that perform functions defined by you. Select the tab for the type of button you want to create, a Card Button or a Board

  • Trello's Trademark

    We’re always excited to see customers building off of Trello’s platform to make their own extensions and apps. As part of that process we want to make sure that folks don’t think that a third-party ap

  • Using the Dropbox 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 Dropbox Power-Up.

  • Changing the visibility of a board to public, private, or team

    Board admin can set the board's visibility by clicking the board's current visibility setting, to the right of the board's name, and selecting a new visibility setting. On free and Business Class

  • Command Libraries

    As the number of commands grows, it's harder to keep track of groups of commands that are designed to act together. To help with this, Butler lets you organize your commands into libraries. A command

  • What browsers and mobile platforms does Trello support?

    Trello supports these modern browsers for desktop: Chrome - Latest stable release Safari - Latest stable release Firefox - Latest stable release Edge - Latest stable release The Trello app is

  • Enabling Two Factor Authentication for your Trello account

    Two Factor Authentication (also known as 2FA), allows you to add another layer of verification to the login process, requiring a second piece of information in addition to your email address and

  • Adding due dates to cards

    You can set a date and time for when a card is "due". A badge with the due date will appear on the card. A light grey badge means the card is due more than 24 hours in the future, yellow badge means

  • Emailed attachments show up as winmail.dat file

    If you are attaching a file when creating a new Trello card from email and that attachment is showing up in Trello as a "winmail.dat" file instead of the attached file, you'll need to make some adjust

  • Deleting a team

    You can delete a team by going to your team's page in Trello, clicking on the "Settings" tab and then clicking the "Delete this team" link. You must be an admin to delete the team. Deleting a team is

  • Deleting a board

    In order to delete a board, you'll need to close the board first. Closing a board is similar to archiving a card—you can leave it in your "Closed Boards" list if you think you might want to use it

  • Closing a board

    Close a board by selecting "Close Board" from the board menu (open the board's menu and click the "More" button to expand the menu options). You have to be an admin of a board to close it. Business

  • Using the GitHub Power-Up

    If you use GitHub, you can also use Trello's GitHub Power-Up to attach pull requests, issues, and commits directly to your Trello cards. Enabling the Power-Up To enable the Power-Up, open the board

  • The Team Overview

    Each Trello Team has its own Team Overview, which shows you that team's boards, members, and settings. "Edit profile" will only show up if you are an admin of the org, and "Export" and "Billing" only

  • Why does the GitHub Power-Up require read-write access?

    Our GitHub Power-Up requests the minimum viable scope necessary for it to work. We need those two scopes so that we can list all available repos (both public and private), as well as PRs, branches,

  • Searching for cards on a board

    This article is about searching for cards on a specific board. To search for all cards across all boards, see Search for Cards (All Boards). Searching on a board allows you to focus on specific

  • Slack Promotional Offer

    In August 2020, selected Slack users will receive a promotional Trello coupon code via email. To be eligible for this offer, you must be a new Trello Business Class customer (i.e., not currently have

  • Cloud Terms of Service - Summary of Changes

    Trello is adopting Atlassian's Cloud Terms of Service. In order to help communicate what is changing, we've prepared this summary of some of the key changes from our previous terms of service. This su

  • Reference list by position instead of name

    You can reference a list by position instead of name in most commands that reference a list. Simply type #N as the name of the list, where N is a number: #1, #2, #3, etc. For example, this command wil

  • Team Board Guests

    👋 Check out our article on Multi-Board Guests to learn more about the billable members on your Business Class team boards! Board Guests are users that are not a member of the Trello Team but have

  • Troubleshooting a Slow Board

    Because Trello has to load open cards and attachments every time a board is opened, boards with a large number of open cards may see slower load times and generally reduced usability. We suggest havin

  • What's a Virtual User?

    Sometimes, you may see a user on your board listed as a virtual user. Virtual users are placeholder accounts. Trello creates them when you've invited a user to a board or team, but the user hasn't

  • Creating a new team

    What's a Team? A Trello team is a way of grouping boards together to make sharing and collaborating even easier: What are teams? You can make a board visible only to team members, and enable team

  • Creating a new board

    A board can represent anything and have a variety of uses. From a product, project, or resource, boards are an important aspect of Trello and where your Trello content will be located. Adding a new

  • Reopening a closed board

    1 Re-open a board by clicking the " Boards" menu in the header. 2 Select " See closed boards..." at the bottom of the Boards header menu. 3 Find the board and click " Re-open". You will need to have

  • Configuring SSO for your Enterprise

    This page will help you set up SSO on older versions of Trello Enterprise. If you purchased Enterprise after July 2020, the new version of Trello Enterprise links to an Atlassian Organization and

  • Linking Google Apps if the Trello App is Already Installed

    Business Class accounts can connect their Trello accounts to their Google Apps domain in order to invite domain members. However, if you already have the Trello App installed in Google Apps, the linki

  • Suggested Actions

    While you use Trello, you'll see Suggestions for actions that Trello sees you commonly doing, like adding a label, making repetitive actions easier and faster than ever! Disabling Suggested Actions

  • All about boards in iOS

    Adding a board You can add a new board by selecting the + (plus sign) from the top right corner of your boards list page. Name your new board, select which organization it belongs to (if applicable) a

  • Privacy

    Trello Privacy Policy The official Trello privacy policy is available at at Public Data vs Private Data in Trello We don't want you to get a surprise that you've shared

  • Filtering cards on a board in iOS

    To filter the cards on a board, select the magnifying glass icon. This will bring up the keyboard where you can enter your filter criteria and then press "Done" to apply the filter. You can filter by

  • Pattern Matching and Wildcards

    Have you ever found yourself trying to do things depending on some text in the name or the description of a card? Butler commands support "patterns" and "wildcards". These are often most useful in

  • Using the Publicate Power-Up

    Use the Publicate Power-Up to make creating curated email newsletters, industry news roundups and client newsletters even more efficient. Enabling the Power Up When in a board, open the menu in the up

  • Using the Custom Fields Power-Up

    Enabling the Power-Up To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on the right side of the page, and select the Power-Ups menu option. From the Power-Ups directory, you'll find Custom Fields under

  • Editing labels on a board

    Naming labels can make it much easier to remember and share what the label represents. Label names can be edited by hovering your mouse over a card, clicking the pencil icon that appears, then "Edit

  • What is a deactivated user?

    When working on the members page of a Business Class team, you may see a user who shows as "deactivated": These users have had their access to the team, team-visible boards, and boards in the team of

  • Removing people from a team

    To remove a member from a team, click "Remove..." to the right of their avatar on the team's members page. The member that is being removed from the team will receive a notification. You must be an

  • Changing permissions on a board

    Set the visibility and permissions of features by going to the Menu on the right side of the board, then clicking 'More' then 'Settings'. Permissions and options will vary per user. Board admins have

  • Using the MailChimp 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 MailChimp Power-Up. Au

  • Issuing HTTP requests with Butler

    Butler offers the ability to issue HTTP requests to external systems from Trello. You can issue GET, POST and PUT requests: IMPORTANT: This functionality is currently only available to paid accounts.

  • Business Class User Guide

    Business Class gives you all of the power of Trello and additional administrative permissions and security for your team. On top of that, all of your team's members get all of the benefits of Trello

  • Get the most out of Business Class

    See also the Business Class User Guide. Don't forget that the regular version of Trello still includes unlimited personal boards, users, and attachments. Sign up at and also

  • Troubleshooting a Power-Up that won't authorize

    If you're having trouble authorizing a Power-Up, or if you've already authorized and the Power-Up continues prompting you to do so, try authorizing in a different browser. For most Power-ups, once you

  • Changing a board's title and description

    To edit a board's title, open the board and click on the title in the top-left of the board. Once you do so, you will be able to edit the current title inline. To save the title, click anywhere on

  • Archiving lists (Deleting lists)

    Lists cannot be permanently deleted on the original board. Instead, they can be archived to move them off of a board. We offer a workaround at the end of this page! Archiving Archive a list by

  • Team Reports for Enterprise

    The Team Report page shows stats about boards, members, and labels within an Enterprise team. You can access it by going to the Home page on Trello, then opening the sub-navigation from the desired

  • Creating reports with Butler

    You can ask Butler to collect a group of cards from the current board and create a report with their content. For example, let's say we want to send an email with all the tasks completed this week.

  • Converting to SSO Login

    What Happens When Your Account is Converted a Managed Trello Enterprise Account? When a company claims a domain (e.g., Acme Inc claims, they can set a date for all Trello user accounts th

  • Enabling localStorage

    If you are seeing a message when using a Power-Up that you aren't able to authenticate because your browser's localStorage is disabled, this article shows how to fix that in Chrome. Visit chrome://set