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How can boards be deleted that were created by employees who are no longer with the company?

We have active boards in Trello we no longer need

We want to delete these boards but they were created by individuals who are no longer employed with our company.

We want them deleted as they are old, yet if accessed, we are charged the monthly access fee of $3/month/user.

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Mar 31, 2022

Hi @Byron Cahoon ! Welcome to the community! Depending on your workspace settings, if you're the admin of the board, you can delete that board; you don't need to be the board owner. Additionally, if you're a workspace admin, you should be able to delete any board in the workspace - regardless of whether you are a board admin or not.

I'm not the admin.  How does one determine who the Workspace admin is?

@Byron Cahoon you can check this by looking at your workspace members ({workspace name}/members). You'll be able to see the user role next to each user (normal or admin).

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If you are an admin for the Workspace can't you archive the boards?

I'm not.  Am I able to tell from a specific board that I want to delete?

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