Back before Trello made Butler more user-friendly, there was an ability to create rules that referenced a list's position, rather than its name. (see this Help article for evidence: https://help.trello.com/article/1173-reference-list-by-position-instead-of-name)
Now, however, I can't see any way to do so. When I create a command in the Butler interface, it always wants a list name reference (from an automatically-populated dropdown).
Ultimately, I want to create a rule that on Monday, all cards from List #3 are moved to List #2 and sorted by due date.
(I want this because List 2 is "THIS WEEK" and Lists 3–52 are weekly lists that I move as the weeks pass, such that the current week is always in position #3.)
Any help would be much appreciated!
I didn't use Butler before the Trello acquisition, so I can't say whether this works or not, but you can type in #2 or 3 or whatever. I don't know if it'll work or not, but you can type in rather than picking a list.
I confirm that, according to documentation (https://help.trello.com/article/1173-reference-list-by-position-instead-of-name), #1 should work.
But it doesn't! Is this a bug or is there something special when using this ?
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