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Can I get the duedate of a checklist item in Trellinator?


I have created a board to manage my car fleet. In the board there is a list called "Cars" and each car has a card. On each card there is a checklist caled "Expiry" that has items like ensurance, first aid kitt, tehnical inspection etc and each item has a set due date as the expiry date.

The ideea is to use Trellinator (on a time trigger) to check daily each card, each item and check if the expiry date on any of those is getting close. If expiry date is less than x (no. of days) it should create a linked card in the list called "Overview" letting me know there is something that needs to be done.

I hit a bump when trying to get the due date on the checklist items... i try it like this: item.due().getTime()

and I check the number of days like this:

if((item.due().getTime() - 1000*3600*24 <= x) { do whatever}

Any ideeas?


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Not sure about doing this in Trellinator (I need to take some time to investigate it mylsef!) but it sounds a ot like you are trying to do reporting. You could absolutely get a daily list of due checklist items using Blue Cat Reports and could even get it emailed to you to save having to check Trello each day.

If you take a look at Blue Cat, try creating a 'Quick List' for your checklist items, that is probably the simplest thing. But the reports could also be useful for more complex reporting.

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