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As of last week all of our cards have the "watch" button checked on them. How do we get rid of this?

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Rafael Dill
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Dec 21, 2022

Hi @Amy Glanzman , welcome to the community! Since the ‘Watch’ is a primary action that affects a user’s ability to collaborate in Trello, we did move the button to the top of the card back to get more visibility.

Right now, we aren't able to roll back the change on the watch button, however, I know the team is gathering feedback and I'm adding your report to it, so thanks for providing yours!

what's the function of the button? we never used it before and we had no issues collaborating.

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Rafael Dill
Atlassian Team
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Dec 22, 2022

Hey Amy, nice question! The idea is that watching allows you to take a closer look at something specific and be notified when another user makes a change to a card, list, or board in Trello.

Please feel free to take a look at the complete information here - https://support.atlassian.com/trello/docs/watching-cards-lists-and-boards/

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