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All items gone?

Used Trello extensively for a number of years. Due to the use of other tools at my new job, I kept it as mostly an archive. Now returning to find that all of my information has vanished. Had some important info there. (It has been a while since last time, but still...) Please help.

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader May 24, 2022

Hi @Lars Leiram ! Are you able to clarify a bit around what information exactly has vanished? Are you not seeing all of your boards in your Trello workspace? Or, when opening a board, you're not seeing cards within your board?

If it's the former, there's a chance your boards may have been automatically closed (not deleted) due to changes with Trello's plan changes that happened some months ago. One of the changes meant you were limited to 10 boards per workspace on the free plan (workspace is the new term for teams). If you had >10 boards, Trello went ahead and closed some to ensure you were within limits. There was a lot of communication that went out around that time explaining what was happening, but you can read a bit here as well:

Trello would not have permanently deleted anything; closed boards simply mean they were "archived", so you can re-open these boards. You may need to create multiple workspaces however if you have >10 boards.

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