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Duplicating a card?


Just started using Trello. . . . 

Can anyone tell me if it's possible to have one card on more than one list? 

I would like to have some of my cards on two lists, and when I edit a card, I want all duplications to sync with the edited version. Using the 'copy' feature doesn't allow this. 

I thought this would be a pretty basic feature, but I can't find it. 


thanks in advance. 



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@Stolen Cardiff 

There is currently no default feature in Trello that could accomplish this, but when using the Butler Power-Up this could certainly be accomplished.

What you need to do is copying the card and link the two cards to each other. And then you would have to set up additional commands (one for each feature, like comments, labels, description, etc.) that sync what is there to the card(s) linked.

There is also the Mirror Power-Up that could help you with this task.

which plan this will work on ? premium or enterprise?

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