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# of transactions

From a bookkeeper's billing standpoint, is there a way to determine the number of archived cards in a certain list?  Each card is considered a transaction for billing purposes.  I've archived several times as it bogs down Trello when a completed list gets too long.

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Iain Dooley Community Leader Oct 13, 2019

@Diana Cederstrom yep you could do this with the API. When you archive a card it still exists in that list, so you can load the cards from the API and count them.

Another way would be to use a Butler command to move cards to another list on a different board when archived, and add a card counting power up or google chrome extension to indicate how many cards are in the list, you could for example split them up by month so you can see clearly how many cards were archived in a given month. You could then use new boards each year so these archive boards don't get prohibitively slow (or if even that is too slow, one board per month).

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