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Drumroll… Introducing Scaled: One Power-Up to rule them all

Scaled for Trello is a free Power-Up that adds several new features to your Trello boards to enable tracking work at scale. If you’ve worked with multiple boards you know how difficult it can be to stay on track on how things are progressing. If you’ve used Trello in a multi-board setup at any larger scale, you have probably faced the limitations in transparency and in linking features between the boards:

  • How to link together cards between different boards that are thematically related?

  • How to see the progress of your work as your team completes tasks?

  • How to set dependencies between cards? How to see if two cards are related or one needs to be completed before the other?

  • How to plan future releases and create roadmaps?

The Scaled Power-Up was built to solve these challenges. You can learn more from the blog post


Iain Dooley Community Leader Nov 27, 2019

@Sami Linnanvuo _Screenful_ sounds very promising, all very real problems with Trello out of the box and common requests in the community, thanks!

Ludo Rising Star Dec 08, 2019


Is there a Way to manipulate any fields from the power up with butler ?

Like Callan Hough likes this

@Ludo currently there is no way to access the data via butler. 


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