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Butler rule to copy card on move and preserve its position in the list

I have a Repeating list for tasks that I perform many times, such as learning a new word of a foreign language. When I move a card from this list into the Today list for tasks that I chose to do today, I want to preserve the original card in its place.


I could create a butler rule: "When a card is moved out of list Repeating by me, copy the card without comments to the top of list Repeating".


However, I want to preserve the place of my card in the Repeating list, not change it to the top or the bottom of the list. Is there a way to accomplish this?

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Dreamsuite Mike
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Mar 10, 2023

Are you looking to stick to drag and drop of the card to your Today list?

  • You could add a Butler button to copy the card on click
  • You can use ctrl+c, ctrl+v to copy and paste a whole card, which is quicker than clicking through to copy
  • If the recurring list is fairly fixed, you could find a way to rank the cards (by number for example).  Then you could use your suggested automation but add "and sort the card by title ascending" to resume the correct order

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