How To Remove A Member From Trello Board

If you are utilizing Trello for managing projects, organizing tasks, or collaborating with your team, there may be occasions where you need to modify the members on a specific board. This article will guide you through the steps of removing a member from a Trello board.

Before You Begin

Please note that only the admin or a board member with the ‘remove members’ permission can remove members from a Trello board. Always make sure you have the necessary permissions before you proceed.

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Remove a Member from a Trello Board

Step 1: Access the Trello Board

The first thing you need to do is log in to your Trello account and navigate to the board from which you want to remove a member.

Step 2: Open the Members Menu

To access the members’ menu, click on the ‘Show Menu’ button located on the top right corner of your Trello board. This will expand a list of options. From these options, click on the ‘More’ button, and then select the ‘Members’ option.

Step 3: Remove the Member

On the ‘Members’ menu, you’ll see a list of all the members currently added to the board. To remove a member, click on their name or avatar, and then click on the ‘Remove from Board’ button. A confirmation popup will appear. Click on ‘Remove’ to confirm your action.

//Example of the code
//Click on ‘Show Menu’ button
Click(‘Show Menu’)

//Click on ‘More’ button

//Select ‘Members’

//Click on the member's name or avatar
Click(‘Member Name’)

//Click on ‘Remove from Board’
Click(‘Remove from Board’)

//Confirm the action


And that’s it! You have successfully removed a member from a Trello board. Remember that any card assignments for the removed member will not be deleted. Those cards will simply show that the member has been removed. So, you may need to assign those tasks to another member if needed.

By managing your Trello board members effectively, you can ensure that your team collaboration and project management processes run smoothly. We hope this guide has been useful for you. Happy Trello-ing!