I would like to use Trello to manage a process that requires multiple people to have access to the board, but I would like to restrict delete rights to just the Admins. Can this be done?
I don't think you have the granularity with Trello to remove the delete card permission from a normal user. Would it be acceptable to have admins and observers (where observers are members with read-only access to a board)? Have you thought of using JIRA? ;-)
Just introduced Trello to my new team, gave them all assignments and created a Label for each of them. Told them when they finished to delete their label from the card so I'd know they were done. First one to complete deleted her Checklist. :-( Not just messing up the card, but the card was a TEMPLATE! I had hoped to leave the template card visible so I could easily copy cards or edit, but thinking now I am going to have to Archive it so others don't go in and mess with it. Crazy that a program meant for collaboration doesn't have a no-delete setting!!!
Hello my company is exploring Trello as project management tool for a cross-functional team. I would like to echo the need for a solution that restricts the permission of the delete function to an Admin type of user. Are there any updates as to when and if this feature will be added?
Hi Team, this is a critical requirement for a Trello board solution we are devising to manage an important aspect of our business. We need to be able to restrict permission for the deletion of Cards etc to a limited number of Admin user.
Are there definite plans to enable this type of functionality ?
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