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Why can we only include 20 boards in a view on workspace view, we have over 20 boards?

Why can we only include 20 boards in a view on workspace view, we have over 20 boards? 

We operate over 20 boards and use the table view as a task list for our team, and this limitation is problematic, is there a solution or workaround to this?

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You could take a look at the Quick List functionality in Blue Cat Reports which has no limit on the number of boards. Also, some other cool features like getting the table emailed to you on a schedule etc. :)

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jan 26, 2022

Hey @Task Bot ! Welcome to the community! I saw this asked a few times - it looks like it's expected behaviour as mentioned here

this limit was put in place to both protect Trello, and protect the user experience - things can get slower if there's many (large) boards in a single view.

 


It might be worth reaching out to Trello directly and submitting a feature request to increase the no. of boards in a single view. 

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