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Does the attachment limit on a board take into account the archived boards?

I have a notice that I am reaching my attachment limit for a board. (Free Version) 

If I archive the board, does it still count these attachments, or by archiving can I free up some space? 

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Laura Holton Community Leader Jan 18, 2022

Hi @Amy Kwan 👋

Welcome to the Community! I've taken a look into this for you and my recommendation would be to either specifically delete attachments off of cards you longer need (just to be sure) or use a Power Up like File Manager to access all of your Trello board’s attachments in one place.

To delete an attachment from a card, select Delete to the right of the attachment. Note that deletion is permanent and can't be reversed. Deleting a card will also delete any files attached to that card.

 

the delete confirmation window

I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just ask away 😃

All the best,

Laura

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