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Home page redirecting to nonexistant page

Going to trello.com or clicking the home page button redirects me to a non-existant/private page, how can I set it to not do that? Does trello even have a normal home page?

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After clearing local storage, session storage, and cookies, relogging in has trello.com redirecting to trello.com/{username}/boards

Ah, browsers being a bit of a pain when not clearing cookies/sessions, that's always the first thing to try when there's a browser issue!

Well spotted!

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That sounds like a problem with your browser or network.  

What do you mean by "clicking the home page button"?  Trello.com does not have a "home page" button.   

When we're logged into Trello, there is a sort of "home page" button - the logo and word "Trello" takes you to your "home" page.  If you're clicking that and getting a non-existant page, then something on your machine or network is changing the link.  Has your network been set up to block access to Trello?  Some corporates do that because they don't want people to use Trello to isolate and hide their work from others, and push people back into their collaboration tools.

Yes, that's the button I'm referring to. I don't believe trello is blocked, as I'm using a personal home network, and I can use it just fine, just that trello.com specifically redirects. I thought it mightve been a setting that I couldn't find, so I asked here, I'll try other solutions, thanks

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