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Filtering cards in Trello for more focus on specific tasks

Trello is a very user-friendly project management software. To make it even more usable, you can focus on your specific tasks by filtering your cards.

  • You can access all your cards, across all your boards, on one page at https://trello.com/my/cards. You can sort by your board by list and by due date. Cards are are shown in the order of lists from left to right.
  • You can see only the cards assigned to you to remove the clutter. This is useful when the board becomes large.
  • You can filter by due date to know where to focus right now.
  • Trello remembers your filters when you log in next.

I have covered these in the following demo.

Tip: To filter just your cards, press ‘Q’ on your keyboard when viewing a board. Remove this filter by pressing ‘Q’ or ‘X’.

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