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How can I assign limited permissions to all members on my board?

Like each member on my board can only see whats is assigned for them, they can not see somebody else's events?

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Michael Pryor
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 28, 2020

Trello really isn't built for this to be honest.  It's meant to provide a shared perspective to the team and defaults to open and transparent.  


Jira has pretty fine grained permissions and you might be able to achieve that kind of use case in that tool:

I Have been looking for the answer to this question but in vain. Any body here could help in restricting the access of members for the tasks they are assigned to.

Brittany Joiner
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Aug 31, 2022

@Bibhuti Bhusan Santy welcome to the community! see Michael Pryor's response above. Trello isn't really meant for this as it's meant for more shared collaboration features. But if you want, you can use something like Unito  (or create custom automation with Trello automation) to create and sync cards between multiple boards, so that you can have one board that shows everything for you, and then each person can have their own board and see their own cards.

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