How To Copy A Board On Trello
Last Updated: April 3, 2022
Do you need one of your boards on another workspace on Trello? Do you want to re-use the exact board with all of its cards? If so, you can use the duplicate feature on one of your boards. Check our guide below, and we’ll show you how to copy boards on Trello.
In Trello, there’s no need for you to create boards from scratch. You can use the templates to create boards designed for your project or work.
Aside from using templates, you can also re-use boards from one of your workspaces and place them on another. You can duplicate boards and their cards to use them on other workspaces you handle on the app.
Here’s our guide about copying boards on Trello.
How to duplicate one of your Trello boards
If you want to re-use one of your boards on your Trello workspace, you can copy it to create a new board with the same cards on another workspace. In this way, there’s no need to create boards and cards from scratch.
You can duplicate boards whether you’re using the Trello web or mobile app. Follow our quick tutorials below, and we’ll show you how to do it from both devices.
On your phone:
- Launch Trello from your home screen or app drawer and sign in to your account.
- Head to the board that you want to manage and tap the three dots icon on the top right corner of your screen.
- Once the sidebar appears, select the “Copy board” option.
- Name the new board, change its visibility options, and select the workspace where you want to place it.
- Tap the check icon on the top right corner to confirm your decision.
That’s how you duplicate boards on the Trello mobile app. You have the option to keep all the cards within the board when you copy them.
On your computer:
- Visit Trello on your preferred web browser and sign in to your account.
- Open the board that you want to manage and click the “Show menu” button on the top right corner of the app.
- Click “More” on the sidebar and select the “Copy board” option.
- Name the board, select a workspace, and click “Create” to confirm your decision.
When you duplicate a board, the app won’t copy the activity and comments within the board. It will not include the members of the board as well.
To wrap it all up
Now that you know how to copy boards on Trello, you can re-use boards from one workspace to another. As such, there’s no need to create new boards from scratch, which can save you time and effort.
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