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Can you see archived cards in reverse order?

I know there's no way to automatically delete archived cards after a certain period of time yet. However, doing this manually would be a lot easier if you could see the cards you've archived with the OLDEST first, rather than the most recently archived one first.

Generally speaking, we're going to be far more likely to want to delete really old archived cards rather than the one we just archived, right? If there were a way to see them in the opposite order that would be great. I just can't justify the time commitment to click 'load more' several hundred times to get to the cards I want to delete.

Is there a way to do this? Or might it be possible one day?

Many thanks :-)

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jan 23, 2022

Hi @Karl Macnaughton what's the need for wanting to delete old archived cards? If it's for the purpose of keeping a minimal amount of cards on the board for board performance, would auto-moving cards to a separate board make sense? This separate board could act as a sort of archive board with lists organized by week/month/quarter/etc. You could then bulk select all cards in a list and delete them using the Bulk Actions power up if you need.

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milynnus Rising Star Jan 21, 2022

@Karl Macnaughton 

I would write a program. Try using python with py-Trello library. 

Great question... i just looking for same problem.

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