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Sharing board with clients but not publicly

Hi I would like to share a board with multiple clients (so they can copy the board and then use themselves).

I don't want them to be able to modify the board in my account, but of course be able to modify once they've copied to their own account.

Because the board will contain information/work flows that they have paid for as part of a course, I don't want this to be a public board. 

Is there any way to do this? I can't seem to find a solution in the help



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You can do this with Hipporello Apps power up. Hipporello Apps power up is a no-code web application builder. It lets you create website that takes its data from Trello cards. It already comes with a Trello card sharing app. However, if that does not fit your needs, you can customize it according to your own needs via its no-code builder. Also, if you don't want to build by yourself, Hipporello provides app building services. Please check for detailed information.

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Hi Shelly,

If your board is in a premium workspace, you can generate a shareable link that will add members to your board as observers (meaning they can see the card/copy the board, but not modify it). More info in this article:

Hope this helps!

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