I would like the option of an "all day" due date on cards, rather than a specific time. Right now, the time defaults to 12:00 pm - I've tried just removing the time and saving the card, but it just defaults right back.
Can't find anything about this in Trello help docs or here...
The reason you cannot find anything in Trello help docs is because that feature is currently not supported. All cards with a due date must also have a due time. I have heard that there's a calendar enhancement in the works, but that's the extent of what I have heard.
In the meantime, you can use the Planyway Power Up calendar instead- Planyway allows you to put in a range of dates or times.
I'm pretty sure they don't! I'm the original poster - I get an update every time someone comments here (which is actually pretty often). I even got a badge for being one of Atlassian's "top contributors" due to the all responses to this request, which is pretty hilarious 😆
Maybe if we keep posting/commenting we'll trigger some attention?
I recently started using Trello and began adding dates, so easy. My manager wanted a report on certain dates but without the time stamp... of course I said NP.. this should be easy to format a date w/out time.
But that does not seem the case. Perhaps, I missed an update from the Atlassian team on this topic/enhancement request.
ATLASSIAN Team - when will this feature be completed? It makes no sense for date to have timestamp.
Idea: have two different choices: create date w/time stamp and without.
Look forward to hearing back.
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