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Child card Groups

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In a scenario where a single Card is complex and covers a set of activities that need to be completed, you can use a Child card functionality. Child cards are collected inside Child card groups. 

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Create a Child card group

Child cards are collected in a Child card group which can be simply added by selecting "+Add new element" and then choosing Child card group item. 

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Tip: You can convert entire To do list into a Child card group. In this case a new Child card group will be created with the same name. You can chose a destination board and list where these Child cards will be created. To do items will become Child cards in this group.

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Adding Child cards to a Child card group

All Cards added as Child cards will become a Child in relation to the current Card. 

There are 2 ways of adding Child cards:

- By adding new items inside a Card's Child Card group element.

- Using Relations pane - you can switch to the Relations view using a button on the left pane.

Learn more about adding and managing Child cards here.

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Collapse Child card group

You can collapse the Child card group just like you can with other Card elements using the following buttonImage 6127.

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Change the order of Child cards and Child card groups

You can change the position of Child cards in a Child card group by using Drag&Drop.

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You can also move the Child card group between other Card elements using drag&drop.

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Progress bar

In case any of Child cards gets completed, you will see a progress bar indicating the progress of completing Child cards within a group.

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Removing a Child card group

To remove a Child card group, select Image 6129 and then Remove. All Child cards will be removed as well as their Child relations.

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You will be prompted with communicate "Are you sure?" before removing the relation.

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