Open your board and go to Power tools.
Click on Update zone.
Draw a rectangle on the board to create your update zone.
Comment — add a note for your collaborators,
Lock — keep the element locked in place so it can’t be moved until it’s unlocked (also works with a shortcut CTRL/CMD + L),
Copy — copy this element to the clipboard (you can use the shortcut CTRL/CMD + C),
Duplicate — create a duplicate on the board, next to the original element (achieve the same effect by pressing CTRL/CMD + D),
Cut — remove the element from the board and copy it to the clipboard at the same time (CTRL/CMD + X will trigger the same behavior),
Bring to front — move it to the front of other layers on the board (use CTRL/CMD + ] to do it from the keyboard),
Send to back — send it to the bottom of the layers on the board (use the shortcut CTRL/CMD + [ to do the same),
Remove — delete the element (you can also select the element and press DEL/backspace button on the keyboard),
Set sticky — when scrolling, the element will stay within the viewport so it’s always accessible from wherever you are on the board,
Disable shadow — remove the visual shadow underneath the element.