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Is it necessary to enable crmble for Trello if we don't need a CRM?

We regularly use trello for HR as a project management tool to delegate tasks and receive updates. Recently the crmble pop ups come up very frequently can be quite distracting.

Does it keep popping up because it's a requirement to enable crmble to continue using trello (similar to how we were all required to create an Atlassian account to continue using Trello)?

Though it appears that crmble can turn Trello into a CRM, what if our team doesn't need that function?

Is there any way to disable it permanently? Or should we just go ahead and enable it even if we won't use it?

Thank you so much for your time and answers!

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Brittany Joiner Community Leader Jan 20, 2022

@Chris Matsumoto you can disable the Crmble power-up! Just open the Menu on your board, go to your power-ups, and you should see Crmble and then you can click to disable it

Thank you so much @Brittany Joiner !! I have just done what you recommended. Apologies if this was too basic! Thank you for your help and stay safe!

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Jan 23, 2022

@Chris Matsumoto no problem at all! No such thing as "too basic" 😊 If you have a question, someone else probably has it too, so feel free to post any question!

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