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    You can already print cards and kanban, using the print action of your browser.
    You can also filter your board to only display one column and then print it.
    Do you need anything else ?

    Daan commented  · 

    Yes, you can currently print a card, but that gives a functional overview of all fields, not something visually attractive you might stick on a wall... so please check how you can print cards in Trello using the 'Print your Board' power-up! That allows for nicely formatted A5/A6 cards that could be used on a physical Kanban wall.

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    Daan commented  · 

    It now work, hanks Kantree!!

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    Daan commented  · 

    I tried the as_number() function with a Multiple Choice field as parameter, but it does not seem to work. While there is no error shown, the field just lists the formula itself instead of the outcome of the formula

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    Actually, if a string would be converted to a number automatically (if proven possible, ie if the string indeed contains a number like '13'), that would maybe even more easy in daily usage.

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