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Time in List as a native feature

Hi there,

 

Our team has been using Trello for 5+ years now and love it. Recently we have a need to track how much time a card has spent in each list (Doing, Testing, etc) to identify bottleneck in our process and highlight cards that got stuck for too long.

 

I found the "Time in List' power-up which is exactly what we need but their model of subscription is simply too much for us (billed $3 monthly per member/per board, which can quickly adds up to a lot).

We are actually happy to pay for a Trello upgrade for this feature but I'm surprised that it's not a built-in feature since all it does is to show the time each card is in a list, which it should already have all the data for.

 

I wonder if this feature can be a native feature in the future?

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Hi @Tri Huynh! I just released a new Power-Up called Durations which is not only more powerful but it is also cheaper than Time in List.

It only costs $1 per member per month - but with this subscription, you also get access to all of my other Power-Ups listed here: https://tinypowerups.com Each Power-Up also has a 7-day free trial so you can try them all out before you decide if you want to subscribe!

The Durations Power-Up also lets you set custom thresholds for the duration badges on the cards to make it even easier to identify bottlenecks!

durations-screenshot-4.png

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions!

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