I like the "Team Hub" template. I use a LIST of CARDs approach for each person's projects. I use colored labels in each card for the status. In the list of project cards I would like to separate my projects as Priority A, B, C & Unsorted. Currently, I just make a single card with a only a title, like: "===PRIORITY A===", and so on.... and then place my cards under the appropriate sections. (Nice that I can bold in this text box)
QUESTION: Can I format the TITLE of a card to be BOLD, or can I change the text COLOR, or can the card's background color change to like a highlight yellow color?
If not, can this be added as a new customer request?
you can create a card with the title "---" (three dashes) for a dedicated separator card.
If you want something more like a "header", maybe check out the options in the card cover menu. For example below, for the "PROJECT 1" card, I've created a card with a color cover, and set it to be a "full cover" card.
If you use Trello in a browser try Chrome and search for Chrom Trello extensions. There are a lot of little usefull extensions which can do need things, e.g.
- Pro4 Trello can do additional Priorities in 3 steps just by adding '!' to the title and others more
- PM 4 Trello can colour cards by using the first label colour and others more
I can't count possibilities, there are so much. You will find a lot of very usefull features, most of them are free.
Tip: Just take the up to date extensions, not the ones with last updates in the last years!!
I'm still fidling around the extensions, trying to find my best configuration. :-)
All the best!
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