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Seeing all repeating tasks in one place

How can I see all tasks that are set to automatically repeat? Ideally I'd like to see each repeating task only in a certain list? 


I'd also like to be able to limit searches to a given list including archived cards from that list.



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Hi Brian,

If you're using the Card Repeater Power-Up, there should be a button at the top of your board called "Repeats". Clicking on that should display a list of all the cards that are scheduled to repeat. More about this Power-Up here.

Right now, the "Repeats" button at the top of your board won't show you a per-list break down of the cards that will be Repeated, it will essentially show you all the cards that will be repeated. One option that might help: check out the "Repeat" icons that shows up on each card that is scheduled for repeat. 
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Using those indicators, you could apply a label to those cards and then use our Workspace Table View (available with Trello Premium) to see a per-list breakdown of cards with that label. 

When it comes to searching in Trello, we have a few special operators that can help narrow down your search, for example is: archived returns archived cards, or list:name - Returns cards within the list named “name”.

Hope this helps!

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