Planned features

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For the next version I’ve planned the following features:

  • List sorting per list from the regular Trello list menu, instead of entering excluded list names in the board specific TCO settings.
    Done, see here!
  • Hiding lists (also from the regular Trello list menu) by moving them to a slide down panel from where they can be unhidden again.
    And also done with additional bonus features! See here.

No promises, but I’m currently figuring out ways to do this in a user friendly way.
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  1. DBJ

    1.
    TCO blue button is all but wasted unless: it contains a link to users TRELLO account
    It could also contain a link to “the last table visited” … last N tables visited …
    2.
    Switch for turning TRELLO to “dark” would be a great (great) win
    3.
    Big white popup about the latest features makes civilians scared to the point of uninstalling TCO.
    Also “developers lingo” on the setup panel makes them scared too. One can imagine settings UI with “show advanced settings” button.

    Not easy to fix department:
    I have seen occasions when TCO is simply “not there”, but installed and working before. CTRL+F5 helps in that case.
    Mobile TRELLO app is used by a lot of people … TCO is of course not there at all. TCO Mobile App is investment, I know …

    TCO is great TRELLO CHROME extension. persevere and do not succumb 🙂

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    1. tco Post author

      Hi, thanks for your comments.
      Please explain some of your points:
      1. Why would the blue TCO button needs to link to your Trello account? TCO is a chrome extension without connection to your Trello account.
      Also I have no idea what you mean by ‘link to last table’. What table?

      2. Trello dark theme would be something Trello itself needs to implement.

      3. The intention of the popup shown after an update is to inform users about bugfixes or new features, which is something they otherwise wouldn’t know.
      A lot of users appreciate it, and in any case the popup only shows the changes made since your previous version.
      I understand what you mean about developers lingo, and will try to communicate better.
      I’ll take your suggestion regarding advanced settings into consideration; it’s a good one since the number of settings is growing.

      After an update it is indeed necessary to refresh the page, which is what I automatically do after you click the ‘Got it’ button.
      But I also noticed sometimes a full refresh or even clearing the browsers cache is necessary.

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  2. tco Post author

    And now published version 3.40 where list sorting through the standard Trello List menu is enabled.
    I’m already like it a lot myself!

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  3. Troy D Schwartz

    Love TCO. I can count on my hands the number of times I’ve posted, but you deserve it. Great job. Like the regular updates too.

    You mentioned you are looking at ways to hide lists. I’m looking forward to what you come up with. I do also use “Collapsible Trello Lists”. I like that functionality. I like how you can easily see the lists, but also keep them out of the way. Just a thought.

    Again – great job.

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    1. tco Post author

      Thanks a lot, glad you like it.
      I’ve already published version 3.35 with list hiding and card filtering.
      Check it out!

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  4. tco Post author

    Just published version 3.34 which implements the Hide lists feature, as well as card filtering based on headers, hashtags and/or priorities.
    I’m very proud of the multiple filtering I’ve developed.
    Hope you like it!

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