How To Make Trello Public

Greetings and welcome to our most recent blog entry! In today’s article, we will guide you through the process of making your Trello board publicly accessible. This function is extremely useful if you wish to share your projects and cooperate with individuals who are not members of your Trello team.

Step 1: Open Your Trello Board

To begin with, you need to open the Trello board that you want to make public. Simply sign in to your Trello account and navigate to the board of your choice.

Step 2: Navigate to the Board Menu

Once you are on your desired board, look for the menu on the right-hand side of your screen. Click on the ‘Show Menu’ button.

Step 3: Change Board Visibility

After the menu has opened, you will see an option labeled ‘Settings’. Click on ‘Settings’, then click on ‘Change Visibility’.

Step 4: Select ‘Public’

Upon clicking ‘Change Visibility’, a drop-down list will appear with three options: ‘Private’, ‘Team’, and ‘Public’. Select the ‘Public’ option.

Step 5: Confirm Your Selection

After selecting ‘Public’, a pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm your decision to make your board public. Click ‘Yes, Make Board Public’ to finalize your settings.


Be aware that once your Trello board is public, anyone with the board link can view and comment on your cards, but they won’t have the ability to edit. Only the members who have been added to the board can edit the cards and lists.

Step 6: Share Your Trello Board

After making your Trello board public, you can share it by copying the URL directly from your browser’s address bar or by clicking on ‘More’ in the board menu and then selecting ‘Link to this board’.


And that’s it! You have now successfully made your Trello board public and it can be viewed by anyone with the link. Sharing your boards publicly can be a great way to engage with a larger community, whether you’re sharing a project plan, a roadmap, or any other type of board. Just remember to be mindful of the information you share in a public Trello board, as it can be seen by anyone on the internet.