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Power Up "Time in List" leaving remnants in cards after disabling

Matthew Blevins
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October 30, 2022

I used a Trello Scrum template that had a specific power up trial included. This was "Time in List" by Blue Cat. I enabled this and then saw that metrics were added to each card on my board - these are "Age in List," "Age in Progress," and "Time in List." NOTE: the first two of those come from another power up (Corrello), and I can get rid of them. The "Time in List" added by Blue Cat always remains.

The problem is that I don't want to use this but can't get rid of it! I've disabled the Power Up, then disconnected it from my Trello account altogether (removed the integration and access credentials). Still, all my cards have all this superfluous information about these ages, times, etc. that I don't want and that, frankly, just adds "junk" that's distracting.

Has anyone had this experience and know how to clean the cards up? I've reached out to Blue Cat, but I'm hoping there's some mechanism for getting rid of bloat from within Trello itself that will correct this (I suspect Blue Cat's response is going to be to this effect anyway).

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Robin Warren _Blue Cat Reports_
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October 31, 2022

Hi @Matthew Blevins 

Removing the Time in List power-up from the board would remove anything it is displaying on the cards (if it's not on the board it isn't loaded by Trello and can't display anything on the cards)

The Corrello power-up also adds some similar data. It looks like you have a trial there as well so these badges could be coming from that power-up. If so you can disable them from the power-up settings 

  1. Click on the power-ups button at the top of the board
  2. Click on Settings for Corrello
  3. Select Edit power-up settings
  4. Disable the options you don't want there

I see your email to support so will add a comment there so they know about this conversation but you will likely hear back from them and if there are further issues you'll get a faster response over there I think :)

Hope that helps,

Robin (Founder, Corrello, Time in List, Blue Cat and etc)

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