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Is there a way with or without powerups for observers to be able to use check list

When an observer is added to a board and they are a guest in the workspace is there a way with or without a power up for them to tick the check box of a card?


OR is there a way that the board lists and cards can be locked to guests or workspace members and ONLY edititable to admins?

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jun 19, 2022

Hi @montanna elliott ! Welcome to the community :) For the moment, Trello doesn't offer really granular user permissions. The observer privileges aren't customizable. Additionally, if a member is added to the board, they can view/edit all cards on the board; it's not possible to restrict edit access to certain cards or lists.

Potentially having a secondary board for your members/observers could work? The idea would be to share the necessary cards they need to be editing to this secondary board; so it's kind of like a "filtered view" of your board. You can sync cards between boards using butler automation or Unito (the latter is a paid power-up but gives you a true sync between boards).

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