When you delete a board, all archived cards are automatically permanently deleted?

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Hi Krisz, I'm talking about permanently deleting a board.

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Krisz [Adaptavist] Community Champion Jan 30, 2018

Hi there,

well sad news then, cards are tied to the boards:

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But you can bulk move issues using lists (which is still a pain, I know...).

I hope this 'helps'. 

If you let me know the reasoning behind deleting boards, maybe we can figure out something (a workaround).

It's OK Krisz. I first archived cards and then I deleted the useless parent  board. I just wanna be sure there's no garbage left unchained.

Thank you.

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Krisz [Adaptavist] Community Champion Jan 29, 2018

Hi there,

Are you talking about closing boards or permanently deleting them?
When  you close boards, all cards remain searchable and not deleted.

Cheers,
Krisz

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Krisz [Adaptavist] Community Champion Jan 31, 2018

hi @Maurizio di Martino,

Oh it's good news then. :)
All cards will be gone then.

Cheers,
Krisz

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