We are starting to use Trello on tablets on forklifts in our factory. They are prefarably equiped with Windows 10 as our ERP systems also runs on Windows. A swe tried this we found out that drag and drop with cards does not work (press and hold works as if it is a right mouse click)
There is a windows 10 trello app in the microsoft app store but now I read that it does not support non IOS and Non Android OS unfortunately. Is there any chance in the future that the app will work on Windows tablets?
Sorry to say. I have moved our company from Trello because of this issue. There's no excuse unless you don't want customers. We can't wait for 1 more year for such a barebones basic feature. And Atlassian is aware but doesn't commit the 10 man-hours required to fix this once and for all.
Right now, we don't have immediate plans for providing touch support outside of our Android and iOS app. While the browser version of Trello does work with some touchscreen devices, it isn't officially supported.
I understand that's disappointing, and I'll let our team know that this is something you'd be interested in. In the meantime, you can also move a card by opening that card and the selecting the "Move" button in the card's menu.
Please make this a priority. Touch isn't going away on Windows and drag-and-drop is necessary to make Trello worthwhile. Currently I can't even use the drag-and-drop in the Chrome version with my Surface, which really makes it an outlier. Support in the desktop version would be preferable though. Please at least put some minimal emphasis on Windows touch.
@Caity this is disappointing for sure. I just finished setting up a Windows 10 touch screen, and subsequently spent a bunch of time troubleshooting why cards could not be dragged in the app or in a browser. I assumed it was a Windows problem, but I can drag items in other programs successfully.
Please, I submit that it is valuable to support dragging cards in the world's most used operating system.
In Windows Explorer, for example, a touch and drag gives priority to scrolling. Holding briefly, and releasing operates a right-click. Holding briefly and dragging behaves like click and drag.
When would this functionality be fixed?
Hey so is there any chance this is something that might happen in the future? I just spent a lot of money to have a 43" touch screen, only to realize I cant drag Trello cards around on windows. My IT department is not going to allow iOS or android devices to be hooked up to the network. I would really like to see this feature, Is there a way to properly ask for it?
This is pretty crazy that it is April 2019 and Trello doesn't support touchscreens on Windows or the web, like the website on my iPad. I'm honestly shocked and swore I was using the app wrong at first. We have daily standups in front of our Perceptive Pixels (precursor to the Surface Hub) and it is a joke watching us move cards around and makes our standup take longer (which if you have daily standups, you know this sucks).
Please fix this.
It's very surprising that Trello staff seems to be showing no interest in correcting this issue.
I've been searching for a solution regarding this, and this is the only one flaw with Trello, that may cause me to completely drop this system and find another.
Please do the reasonable thing, to correct this issue for your users.
I'm kind of flabbergasted that Windows touchscreen isn't supported and that there's no validation that it needs fixing. It's like selling a car that can't be driven while wearing shoes, and when people ask about, just saying "shoes are not currently supported".
Please fix it.
Can you please add support for touch on the Windows Trello desktop app?
I'm a big Trello fan and want to use it on my windows Surface. I'm not sure what adding touch support requires on the engineering side. The only aspect of it I really care about is being able to drag/move cards to reorder them and put them in different lists.
Jan 2020 - looks like it’s still not possible to drag cards on a Windows 10 touch screen.
Pity because Trello is otherwise such a great program. But, yeah, it’s pretty useless without this. I mounted a touch screen to a wall in a common area planning to use Trello, but now I can’t. (I get that browser support for drag-drop is a bit sketchy at the best of times and most websites have s bit of trouble, but this is fundamental to the Trello workflow). We would all appreciate it if someone could please look into this.
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