Track time in Trello, and create validation for moving cards
Happy Thursday! Hope you’re up to something fun this weekend. I’m off to see my sister graduate from business school and spend some time in the hills of Virginia! Okay now, let’s dive into Trello.
Go to the Cards section of your profile to see all the cards assigned to you across all boards and workspaces.
You can even filter by board to only show cards with recent activity. It’s a nice way to have all your work in one place even if you operate in many boards!
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[🗣 discussion] Task Status reports in Trello (Atlassian Community)
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[🗣 discussion]Who needs to be a paid user in my Trello boards (Atlassian Community)
[🗣 discussion] How to add the current date to a card title (r/Trello)
[🗣 discussion] Hacky way to create card moving validation (r/Trello) see my comment in there to understand the hack
If you’re working with billable clients, tracking your team’s efficiency, or just trying to see where your time is going, you probably want to incorporate time tracking in your Trello boards.
There are a plethora of ways to do that, so I made this video to help you understand your options and make a decision in less than 8 minutes (or 4 minutes if you watch at 2x speed 😬).
Oh, and yeah I go ahead and start with my favorite so if you just need someone to pick one for you, you won’t have to wait long.