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If you're part of a lucky group of testers, you might have already noticed this new feature in Trello, but even if you're not, 100% of folks have access to this new feature today! So get excited because it's all yours!
Well it's two exciting things.
New buttons that you can add to your board to quickly switch to other board views! (Previously you'd have to click the button next to the board, select the view, and then do the same to go back.)
So now you can add buttons on your board to quickly navigate to those other views and you can re-order the buttons so they're in whatever order you want.
Yes, yes it is!
If you miss your spreadsheets but want to keep Trello, try out the table view. Previously this was only available for Workspace views where you can combine multiple boards and make a table, but now you can view a single board in Table view!
If you don't see access to it, just refresh Trello (if you're like me and constantly have Trello open, you might have to refresh so it pulls the latest updates to see it!)
Once you see the board button, click the dropdown arrow next to it and check the views you want to include buttons for. You can drag and drop to re-order the buttons.
Changed your mind and don't want a view? Open the dropdown and just uncheck it!
Want to use the Table view? Just select the Table option, then click that button to see your cards transform into rows, just like a spreadsheet!
I made this video to walk you through the changes and show you how it works.
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