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Is there a way to mark a card complete from profile/cards screen?

I manage about 20 boards and use the aggregate view (click on my icon in the top left of the screen and then select 'Cards', and then the 'Cards' tab again when that screen appears) to see my tasks across all boards.  Would love to be able to check them off without having to go into the individual card, which kicks me out of the this aggregate view and brings me to the board where the individual task lives.  I keep having to navigate back to this aggregate view for each task, which is time-consuming.  Ideally, I would never navigate off of the aggregate view and would be able to check them off from there somehow (would be great if I didn't have to go into the card to do this, too).  Does anyone know a way to accomplish this?




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The only way is to create an agregated board in which cards to complete are copied from existing boards.

You can add butler  rule which allows to synchronize card state when a card is done for example.

Right - I'm looking for a way to mark a card as done without having to open the card. . I don't want to move it to a list called 'done' or anything else.  Looking for a way to replicate the action of opening a card, and clicking the box next to the due date, without having to actually go in there.  Does that functionality exist?

not to my knowledge

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