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Used to be able to "check" to complete a card?

I haven't used Trello in a few years. I swear there used to be a way to check off a card to mark it as complete and it'd archive the card/remove it from the list it's in. I can't for the life of me figure out how to do that now. Is this still a feature (and if so, how do I use it?) or am I imagining things?

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Aug 04, 2022

Hi @Mike Macauley ! Welcome to the community :) you can check off a card by checking the due date checkbox:

due date checkbox.PNG

This won't automatically archive the card, but you can automate that through butler automation. So a basic rule like "when a due date is marked as complete is a card, archive the card". An alternative could be "when the green "done" label is applied to a card, archive the card".

You can also quickly archive cards using the "c" keyboard shortcut. Simply hover your mouse over the front of a card without clicking into it and type "c" (c for close).

Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for!

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