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Abbi Gutierrez
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Sep 25, 2023


I am new to Trello. I am working on three programmes in three countries, within each programme there are 4-12 projects, and I want to be able to see the tasks for each project on the board. At the moment I've created a list for each programme and added a card for each project, but I have to click on each project to see the details. How can I set it up so I can view all the tasks for all my projects without having to open each one to check?

Any help would be much appreciated.



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Oliver S
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 26, 2023

Hi Abbi, welcome to the community! :)

I gather you're currently making use of checklists within cards, and are looking for a way to show the checklist items on the board view - rather than having to open up each card?

While this feature is not available in Trello natively, there is a third-party Power-up that might help with what you need: It lets you show checklist items (tasks) on the board view.

Because many of these services are provided by separate companies, outside of Trello, any costs associated with their products are also separate. We're also not able to endorse or provide support for any third-party Power-ups (since we don't work with them directly).

Hope this helps? :)

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