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Simple Schedule Blocking builder?

Ari Haggard
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Oct 06, 2023

I love the calendar Power-Up, but I'm having trouble seeing my whole day hour-by-hour visually.

Google tells me this strategy is simply called "Schedule Blocking", but I can't find a Power-Up on Trello that fits what I'm looking for.

Edit: I found Planyway, which seems to allow what I'm looking for, but is a bit complex.

I was hoping that Trello had its own simple version? It seems a rather basic function.

Second Edit:

Ok, I installed Planyway, but when I try to use it I get the message:

"Unable to load Planyway Power-Up. Please allow third-party cookies for in your browser settings, refresh page and try again."

I'm on Firefox and added to my "Exceptions for Enhanced Tracking Protection" list, then restarted Firefox, went to Trello, tried to use Planyway, and got the same error.

I also manually went to, cliked the shield, and turned off all protections, then restarted my computer. No dice. What gives?

I see that @Maria answered a similar question, but I don't think you can direct message people here, so I've tried by tagging your name :)

Third Edit: I got Planyway to work! I needed to have BOTH Planyway AND Trello under my exceptions list.

I am still looking for/open to other Time Blocking Power-Ups, especially if they are made by Trello. :)

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Oliver S
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Oct 08, 2023

Hi Ari, welcome to the community!

Glad to hear you got the Power-up working in the end! :)

While I'm not 100% sure if it's exactly what you're after, Trello Premium has a built in board calendar view:

While similar to the Calendar Power-up, it has some improvements and enhancements over the Calendar Power-up. One thing worth noting is it adds the 'Day' view, instead of just week / month view.

As an example, I have some events on my test board with due dates and times defined - and the day view displays a nice clean summary of the day's events by hour:

Screenshot 2023-10-09 at 10.47.32 am.png

You'll also notice that top event 'Clean bench' doesn't have a due time defined (only due date) so it just stays at the top.

If you want to give this a try in your Workspace, feel free to start a free trial using this link (no credit card required or obligation to stay):

Let me know how things go!

Ari Haggard
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Oct 09, 2023 • edited

Yes, thank you!! I do have Premium, so it's nice to know this is included, I was really scratching my head there!

I prefer the visual accuracy of Planyway, because I like to quickly visually ascertain where I have "gaps" in my schedule in which I can add travel times or fill in with other activities, so I will continue using Planyway.

But this does make the "daily to-do, in order" way easier to see, too.

I had seen the Calendar view, but not the "Day" view. Very helpful and handy. :) Thanks again

Edit: I've realized Planyway also does not really visualize schedule gaps, I suppose my workaround would be manually entering a card called "dead time" or I suppose it comes down to the big widget it provides as the main advantage over Trello...

Anyway I've got the tools. To productivity!!

Edit 2: Oh wait yes it does!! IN THE DAY VIEW!! YEEEAAAAAHHHHH

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