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Normalize names of checklists (small variations exists)

I have hundreds of cards and most of them have a standard set of 3-7 checklists, which are copied from a template. (The content in these checklists is the same everywhere.) Sometimes, though, me or someone else has created a new checklist and sometimes the names of these checklists are similar but not exactly the same. I would like to normalize the name of those added checklists. Is there a way to do this or to view all unique names of checklists?

If I start to add a checklist to a card I can see all card names with all checklist names, but it is just too many and most of them are not interesting, since they fall in the standard category of 3-7 checklists that almost all cards have. Can I somehow compile a list with all (unique) checklist names (and then search for the ones that are "odd")?

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Feb 23, 2023 • edited

Hi @Ingemar Wagner - Trello doesn't currently have the ability to bulk manage your checklists. The only way to view them is through the windows when adding a new checklist to your card. In saying that, if you are familiar with working with APIs then you can leverage Trello's API to get a list of Trello's checklists and its items:


We have an intro guide for Trello's API here:


I will let our Product team know that you're interested in a better way to manage existing checklists. 

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