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A Workflow Question for Overlapping Timelines

I'm a cookbook author and use Trello for my recipe tracking. However, I am having a workflow issue and no clear idea how to move around it. 


Basically, I'm tracking 100 or so recipes. Each moves on cards from raw to tested in order. However, at the same time, I'm trying to keep track of which recipes have headnotes (the notes before the recipe) which can happen at any time as the recipe moves from raw through tested. Any ideas how best to notate this? (The root question is two overlapping timelines). 


Any help at all appreciated. 

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Nathan Smith
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 20, 2022

Hey @joshuadavidstein 

You could try using labels to track this on your board, you could add a label for No headnotes and another for Headnotes added and then you'll be able to use the board filter to filter for all the cards that have or haven't got headnotes.

Here's a link with more information on labels in Trello -

And here's a link with information on the board filter -

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