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how can I see how many cards I have in my column? Can I get this information?

I wish I could see how many cards I have in the column

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Felix Atlassian Team Jul 16, 2020

By default, Trello won't show how many cards are in a list. There's a workaround though, which is to set * as the card search for the board.

Because * is a wildcard in the filter, it will match everything on the board, and the "match count" (number of cards matching the filter) will be all cards.

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hi, this is really useful but is there a way of making this permeant ? ie if someone removes the "search result" wild card then the count disappears 

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Never used it before, but this seems to be an answer?:

Seems to be a Count stat for each List (column)

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