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How can I filter the calendar view in Trello to only show specific lists?

I have a Trello board with many lists.  Each list for me represents a crew that is assigned work.  I probably have 12-14 different crew lists on my Trello board.  Each card represents a project and those cards get dragged to a list for a crew to work on them.  I assign due dates to the cards.  I can switch to calendar view to see all of the cards for each date, but since I have so many lists (crews) the calendar view gets messy.

 

How can I filter the calendar view to only show a specified list?  There does not seem to currently be a filter option for this.  Is there an extension available?

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Hi Terry,

 

No, you're right, there isn't a direct option for this. If you activate a Filter on the regular Board view, and then switch to the Calendar, the Calendar will also respect that filter. There's no filter for which list cards are in, though, but perhaps that option will prove useful? You can filter by labels on a board, or due date, or by assigned member, so you may have other ways to filter that Calendar view!

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