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How can I search for cards that are NOT archived?

I want my searches to look only for cards that are not archived so my results return active cards only.

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Hi Mitchell

Check out the search operator page here.

To begin your search, you'll use is:open which will return only cards not archived.

Perfect. thank you!

Thanks for the solution. I created following shortcut in chrome front page and also made as the home page:
   https://trello.com/search?q=is%3Aopen%20

This performs a blank search and cursor will be ready to take whatever we type.

Another solution for Autohotkey users is here:
   :*:/./::https://trello.com/search?q=is%3Aopen%20
So in browser address bar, if you type '/./', the above link will be typed and you can add the keyword to search and press Enter.
(Ctrl+T to open new tab and edit address bar; Alt+T to edit in existing tab)

But I think the default behavior of Trello should have been searching only in non-archived! And should have been used another switch like is:closed to search in archived.

Great if respective team can look into this suggestion!

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