You can copy boards now. Finally.

To do so, click the “Options” button in the board sidebar and select “Copy Board”. Give your new board a name and you’re good to go.

How will this get used? You might use it for recurring projects like new client work or weekly chores. It’s also great for setting up new employees. It may work better than a stale PDF and is easier to set up than a wiki.

You’re also able to copy any public board. So if you see a particular board structure you like you can copy it. You’ll have the option to keep or leave off copies of the current cards in case you want to start anew.

We plan to add list, card, and checklist copying in the future. We just didn’t want to give ourselves too many bugs all at once.

Color Blind Mode

1 out of 10 people are color blind… is a statistic we’re pretty sure we heard one time. That makes card labels useless for a lot of people. We’ve added a color blind friendly mode to help. To enable, open the change label menu on a card and select “Enable Color Blind Friendly Mode” from the bottom. It should cover most common color vision deficiencies.

Updates to Card Subscribe

When we last spoke, we had just released card subscribe. We’ve since added some features to make it even better including a keyboard shortcut (“s”), a badge on the front of cards so you can quickly see what you’re subscribed to, and a subscribe action to the card menu. We’ve got more subscribe features planned.

Changing email address

Probably not our most exciting update, but an important one. You can now change the email address you use for logging in and receiving notifications. Visit https://trello.com/my/account and select “Change Email Address”.

As always, check out the Trello Development board to see what we’re working on next and to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more updates.

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