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Can a card be locked in it's position?

In a few lists I have a header card that summarizes the purpose of the list. I want to lock this card in place so that it won't be inadvertently moved around.

Can this be done?

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Atlassian Team
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Nov 28, 2018

Right now, it's not possible to pin a card to a certain position. All cards can always be moved around by all members on the board.

If you'd like to share information on the board you might want to checkout the readme Power-Up to share these kind of information with users:

Thank you for your reply.

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Iain Dooley
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Nov 30, 2018

@K B Tidwell Here are 2 Trellinator commands that will snap a card back into position when it's moved, and unarchive it when archived, if it has the label "Snap":

You can see how to install Trellinator here:

A workaround to lock a Trello Card in its position is to assign a card a due date, and then sort cards by its due date.   The earliest date will be at the top.   Hope this helps.

Thank you! I will examine that.

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