When someone gives you access to a board, they have the option of sending you an email that lets you know that you've been given this access. That’s pretty handy … assuming, of course, that they click the checkbox and actually send that email. But what happens if they don’t? In a case like that, how are you supposed to know which boards you have access to?
As it turns out, there's an easy way to determine the boards you can access. All you have to do is click Browse and then click Boards:
That brings up the Find boards at your organization dialog, which lists all the boards you’re allowed to see:
To view one of these boards, just click anywhere on the board tile.
By default, the Find boards at your organization dialog shows all the boards you have access to, sorted by board name. Alternatively, you can click Show all boards and limit the dialog to displaying all the boards currently in your list of boards (Show my boards) or all the boards that you’ve created (Show boards I’ve added):
For example, here’s the same dialog after selected Show boards I’ve added:
You can also choose to sort boards by: the name of the user who created each board; the date the board was created; or the board’s popularity:
Which simply means that determining the boards you have access to might be the easiest thing you do all day.