We would like to have a redundant backup of our trello boards elsewhere than the cloud for data security/management best practices reasons.
Is there a way to do that? Any recommended strategies?
If in Trello you choose Menu - More - Print and Export then you can export your Trello board contents in JSON to save and back up locally. I'm not sure if this could be used to automatically restore a board, but at least the data would not be completely lost in the hypothetical worst case scenario.
Using Google Backup and Sync would also allow you to keep a local copy of this. Still doesn't do restore, but at least you don't have to remember to back it up.
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It looks like there is a Power-Up called Board Export that allows exporting of Boards/Lists in various formats. The formats are of varying utility in reconstructing data should that be necessary, and they don't appear to necessarily include all Board/List information, but you may be able to at least get up and running with the export--and the formats are definitely easier to read than JSON.
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