Prevent Trello from transforming your links in card descriptions, checklist items, and comments.
The linkguard is on duty! Save your URLs from the Trello seas of change. Do you get frustrated every time Trello changes a URL you type into comments, descriptions, checklists, and card titles from the link address into a page title and favicon? Tiny Power-Ups Club is here to save you. Simply install the Link Preserver for Trello extension, select “Disable Atlassian Smart Links”, and watch those pesky Smart Links get rendered back to URLs. Now you can go on and enjoy the rest of your day, just don’t forget to apply sunscreen. Do you love Link Preserver For Trello? Check out our other Trello extensions and Power-Ups from The Tiny Power-Up Club like Quick Cards, External Share, Board Chat, Card Approvals, File Manager, and more!
- (2021-10-25) YASUHIRO YONEKURA: Amazing
- (2021-10-22) Jeff Hall: Amazing, works great!
- (2021-09-01) Paul Adam: Life saver!
- (2021-08-06) Max Elman: So useful, thank you!
- (2021-09-29, v:4.0.0) Robert Rollins: This plugin doesn't seem to work at all...
I installed it, but Trello is still screwing with my links. Why isn't this plugin doing anything? Actually, to make sure I was reporting a real problem, I went ahead and dug deeper, and eventually found my issue. The *hidden by default* icon for this plugin in my address bar was concealing the "Disable Atlassian Smart Links" option. Turning that on made the plugin start working. I know the default hiding isn't your fault (it's Chrome being "helpful"), but could you at least make the "Disable Atlassian Smart Links" option set to "Yes" by default? When I install a plugin, I expect it to become immediately active, not sit there doing nothing until I do *another* action that Chrome insists I shouldn't even know about.