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Converting hundreds of tasks into Cards without polluting the Board | Looking for feedback

Using the Trello API, we convert tons of tasks into Cards, which could pollute the board. To prevent that from happening I was thinking of two options :


1- Push all the cards to another board and sync the most close-to-date cards with the main Board. 

2- Hide/Unhide cards on the same board depending on the date and the card due date. 


I would like to know if you went through a similar case, what could be another option? 

PS: I rarely work with Trello I may not know all features.


Thank you very much


If any of the tasks are related to each other or qualify as sub-tasks, adding them to Checklists is another option. Hiding cards can be automated with Butler.

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Aug 02, 2022

Another option is to use the collapsible list chrome extension. So let's say you have all of your "parent" cards in a list called "Projects" and all the "child" cards in a list called "Backlog", you could then minimize the "Backlog" list to reduce clutter. Just note that the extension is just on a per-user basis - so only you will see that list collapsed.

Butler automation could then automatically move cards in the "Backlog" list into an "Upcoming" list when the card is almost due, or you could manage that process manually.

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