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Hi team.

I entered the following action but the comment is not posted. Any suggestions?

every day at 2:15 PM, for each card with the purple "Ready for Pickup" label, move the card to the top of the list "Logistic Tracking", and if {cardagedaysround} > 3, post a comment “@myteam This order is still not picked up. This is the first notice. Please confirm has been scheduled for pickup"


It took some time to process, but the actions did process perfectly after all. Thank you all for the suggestions.

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..Is that a butlerbot command? I feel like those are commands you can't use with the now built-in version of Butler.... but maybe I'm wrong??

I can kinda see how to do it, it'd require two command runs, and some set-up to get an IF conditional working though.
edit: and at least Trello Gold, as you need access to Scheduled commands. Though there's probably a power-up workaround for that now that I think of it..

Wanted to check first if my understanding was correct or not about the butlerbot thing.. A screenshot of the command would help if you're unsure. Or maybe I'm just confused.

edit: ack, might still be doable, but the solution I had in my head doesn't. My idea doesn't work for if-greater-than.

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@Koos Vis Definitely doable with a Time trigger that watch for changes to list and 1 py-trello module but it is not Butler. 
Used here on the Singapore destination

The difference the a Trello trigger that watch the list for any change and any time. 

@Vongsawat  has been doing a lot of work on Butler. 

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Esme Crutchley Community Leader Jul 11, 2020

Hi @Koos Vis 

Welcome to the Community - it's great to have you here!

Could you take a screenshot of the Butler command so that we can see it?

Have you had a look in the Butler actions and seen if there's an error? To get to this, on the board that you've set the command on; click Butler (top right), then bottom left will be 'account' - click on that, then click usage log and it'll show you all the rules that it's either run successfully or tried to run and give you details of where it failed. If it failed and you can't figure out why, attach a screenshot of that as well and we'll do our best to help!

Looking forward to seeing the screenshots!

Esme :)

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