How To Use Boards While Offline On Trello

Do you want to work on your Trello boards wherever you are? Do you want to make changes to the cards within a board even when you’re offline? In any case, you can enable offline boards on your workspaces on the app. Check our guide below, and we’ll show you how to use this feature on the mobile app.


By default, you’ll need to be online to access and view your boards and cards on Trello. However, we understand that there might be situations where you can’t connect to the internet but need to work on your cards.

Thankfully, you have the option to allow boards for offline editing and viewing. By enabling offline boards, you can access and edit everything within a board, including its cards, whenever you want.

Once you regain access to the internet, the app will sync all the changes you’ve made offline so that your work won’t go to waste. Here’s our guide about using offline boards on Trello.

How to use offline boards on Trello

If you want to edit your boards on Trello while being offline, you can add them to your offline boards. In this way, you can make changes to your cards even when you’re in places where you connect to Wi-Fi or use your mobile data.

You can access offline boards from the Trello mobile app. Follow our quick guide below, and we’ll show you how to do so.

On your Android phone:

  1. Launch the Trello app from your home screen or app drawer and sign in to your account.
  2. Tap the three lines icon on the top left corner of the app.

  3. Once the menu appears, select “Settings.”

  4. Tap the “Offline boards” option under the Sync section.

  5. Select the boards that you want to use for offline use.

That’s how you toggle offline boards on the Trello app for Android. The process is pretty much the same on iOS, so you can follow the steps above if you’re using Trello on an iPhone.

By enabling this feature on some of your boards, you can access and edit them even when you’re offline. Once you regain connection online, the app will sync all the changes you made to your cards and boards.

Please note that offline boards are only available on the Trello mobile app. Hopefully, we get to use the feature on the desktop app in the future.

To wrap things up

Now that you know how to enable offline boards on Trello, you can now work your cards even when you’re offline. In this way, you can comfortably work even when you have an unstable or non-existent internet connection.

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