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Board divided into two lines of lists

Hello everybody!


When I visualize the board for the first time, when entering Trello, all the lists are side by side.  (see figure A board not splited)

trello bord NOT divided into two lines.JPG

I would like to work with the board with all my lists side by side but when I edit something, including a card for exemple, it splits automatically into a two line board like this (figure B, board splited with two lines)  

trello bord divided into two lines.JPG

A long time a go I used to work it like figure A, but now, I looked every where to configure it to stay with the lists side by side but cannot find where I can change it...

Can someone help me please?

Best regards!

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Alex Waite Atlassian Team Mar 23, 2022

Hi @Thereza Oliveira - Trello doesn't offer this natively, as the app is designed to horizontal scroll. I recommend looking for a browser extension that offers this. 

@Alex Waite , actually, I had to uninstall an extension that was dividing the screen in two lines.

But your tip was fundamental to get to it!


Thanks so much!

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