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I've read a number of posts about backing up Trello boards. They often seem to involve more complexity (JSON, GitHub) than I want or am competent to get into.
Is it a reasonable course of action to copy a board, close but not delete it? I assume that nothing in a closed board gets included in searches or shown on the home page. If some corruption occurs then I can always re-open the closed board.
No problem at all @Roger Cavanagh I just wanted to add that comment in case people didn't notice it was posted twice. No need to delete, when individuals read the comment they will know to refer to you other post to respond. Thanks!
To make the backup process easier, I suggest using third-party data protection solutions like FluentPro Backup for Trello.
This cloud platform offers automatic backup and restore. The backup operates in the background, constantly saving new versions whenever changes are made. If you ever lose data, you can easily restore it from a previous backup version.
In the case of a data disaster, you'd be able to use Backups for Trello to swiftly restore your boards back to the way they were when everything worked perfectly.
With the Power-Up, you won't need to use CSV or JSON exports at all. Everything is automatic including backups and the restore process.