Crmble Teams is the way you let your Crmble boards work together seamlessly. You can group as many boards as you want from different Trello Workspaces.
Crmble Teams is a totally different feature to Trello's Workspaces While both are a way of grouping boards together, Trello Workspaces relates to your Trello payment subscription and core Trello features, whereas Crmble Teams are a way to let your Crmble boards work together seamlessly and makes Crmble Fields compatible across boards that belong to the same Crmble Team.
Just invite the user to any board that belongs to the desired Crmble team.
There are no limits! Have as many boards on your team as you want.
No limits! Create as many teams as you like.
You have to delete the user from every Trello board that belongs to a Crmble Team. To check all the boards that belong to a Team please access any board that belongs to the Team, open Crmble and click on the team menu item in the lower part of Crmble’s main menu. From there you can access all the boards that belong to the team and remove the user form all of them.
The person who added the Crmble Power-Up to a board is the only one who can create and set the team. For instance, on a new board, anyone can add Crmble and set up the team. For an existing board, only the user who added Crmble to the board will be able to set the team.
Only the administrator of a Crmble Team can add new boards. (The Administrator is the person who created the Crmble team). For any Crmble powered Trello boards that were created before the Crmble teams rollout, only the user that is the admin of the Trello board and added the Crmble Power-Up is able to add the board to any existing Crmble team of which the user is an administrator.
Not directly, but you can use a workaround. Copy the board you want to move, and once you open Crmble on the copied board, you’ll be able to add it to an existing Crmble Team or to a new one. You need to be admin of the Trello board to copy the board and be an admin of any existing Crmble Team you want to move the board to.