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Trello Butler: Removing Tags From Cardname


Hello. I created some butler triggers that reacted to my tags.

For example, if I create card 'Buy paper tomorrow tag1 tag2' it will be set due date to tomorrow and add labels with names tag1 and tag2. 

Here is example of my code:


But. Also I want to remove these tags from card name. If I use {textbeforematch}, the Butler do not delete spaces. So after the action do nothing, because of the problem.

Does someone knows any tricks to avoid this?

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Atlassian Team
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Sep 28, 2022

Hi Ilia,

Thanks for reaching out!

Will your cards have the same tags?

If so, you could use a wildcard to match the text before the tags. For example:

when the name of a card in list X ends with {*} tag1 tag2, set due date in 1 months, move the card to the top of the list and rename the card to {wildcard1}

You can read more about wildcards here:

If your tags will be different, you can set up separate commands.

Please let us know if you have any other questions, and we'll be happy to help.

All the best,

The Trello Team


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