Today, I want to share a little trick that I recently discovered while using Trello. As a avid Trello user, I often find myself adding comments and descriptions to my cards. And like many others, I love to add a little flair to my messages by using emojis. However, there was one small problem that I encountered – I couldn’t figure out how to close the emoji keyboard once I was done selecting an emoji. But fear not, fellow Trello users, for I have found a solution!
Before I dive into the details, let me first share a little background about Trello. Trello is a web-based project management tool that uses boards, lists, and cards to help you organize your tasks and collaborate with others. Its simple and intuitive interface has made it a favorite among individuals and teams alike.
Now, back to the emoji keyboard issue. When I first started using emojis in Trello, I noticed that once I selected an emoji, the keyboard would remain on my screen, blocking part of the comment box. This was quite frustrating, as it made it difficult to proofread my message or add any additional text.
After a bit of exploration and tinkering, I finally discovered the solution. To close the emoji keyboard in Trello, all you need to do is tap anywhere outside the keyboard area. Yes, it’s that simple! Just tap on any empty space on your screen, and the emoji keyboard will magically disappear, allowing you to continue with your comment or description.
Now, you might be wondering why Trello doesn’t provide a dedicated “close” button for the emoji keyboard. While I can’t say for certain, I believe it’s a design choice to keep the interface clutter-free and intuitive. By allowing users to close the emoji keyboard by tapping anywhere outside, Trello ensures that the user experience remains smooth and seamless.
Personally, I find this little trick quite handy. It saves me from the frustration of having to dig through layers of menus or search for a hidden button just to close the emoji keyboard. It’s one of those small details that make a big difference in user satisfaction.
In conclusion, if you’ve ever struggled with closing the emoji keyboard in Trello, fear not! Just tap anywhere outside the keyboard area, and it will disappear. This simple yet effective solution keeps the Trello interface clean and user-friendly. Happy collaborating!