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HI guys. I have at the top of my list a cart counter (don't remember from where it came). On some of my list it says #5 and I have 5 cards but on some lists it shows something like #130/118.

 Any idea why? 


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Hello @Aviva Maayani 

Apart from using an asterisk in the card search, Trello does not have a card counter built-in, so you must have either a Power-up that's providing that functionality, or some sort of browser side plug-in / extension doing it. You will have to find out what is creating that number in the list, then read the documentation for it.

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Alex Waite Atlassian Team Mar 22, 2022

Hey @Aviva Maayani , adding to what @David Bakkers said, if you can share a full screen screenshot of your board, this would help us as well determine what's adding the card numbers.

It could also be a browser extension, so I recommend checking your extensions as well.

This help doc also covers how to disable Power-Ups:

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