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How can I combine multiple Trello boards into one
How can I combine multiple Trello boards into one

Can I aggregate multiple boards into one, and manage boards as if they where on one board?

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Written by Reinder Visser
Updated over a week ago

What is Placker and how to connect with Trello

The Placker Power-Up helps you view multiple projects on the same screen, understanding their connections and making good decisions for the whole portfolio.

After syncing Trello and Placker, you can select many boards and view a Board, Gantt or Track view that applies to all of them.

There are two ways of achieving this. The most simple is to use the Placker interface to load data from many boards. And the second is to use the card mirroring feature to create synced copies of cards in a master board.

Combining boards with Trello + Placker

The first step to achieve a view where many boards are loaded is to create a Board group, as shown in this article.

Then, in the board view, you will see all boards in the same screen. Clicking Board Split: Combine will merge temporarily all lists with the same titles as if all cards were part of the same board.

When cards are moved between lists, we check the original board to make sure there is a list on this board with the same title. If there is no list you will get a pop-up to ask you to move, copy or mirror the card to the new board.

On the other hand, when cards are already combined, clicking "Split boards" will make you see the boards separate again.

When looking at multiple boards, you might want to see them grouped by a different category than the default lists. For example, it's possible to see the cards assigned to each member as a list.

To know more about this feature, check this article.

Mirror cards to a master board

The second method you can use is to mirror cards to another board that will receive data from many different boards. For example, "Board A", "Board B" and "Board C" could have their cards mirrored to a board called "All boards".

For more information on card mirroring, check this article.

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