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Can you "OR" triggers on Butler rules?

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Feb 16, 2022

I'm trying to make a trigger that says "when this label is added" OR "when this label is added", and I thought i'd seen a way to do that before but I'm not seeing it now. Anyone have any ideas, or know if this is even possible?

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I think you just have to make two rules.

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Feb 16, 2022

@Michael Pryor that's what i thought might be the case. Thanks for confirming!

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milynnus Rising Star Feb 16, 2022

@Brittany Joiner 

You got my reply on regex. Use that.

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Feb 16, 2022

@milynnus but how can you apply that to labels? There's no way to add regex for labels, i just see it for content. 


Brittany Joiner Community Leader Feb 16, 2022

For anyone else who ends up here, this is post with the reply on regex @milynnus is referring to :

@Brittany Joiner 

Use {labelname} to create a card and set another trigger with the regex and automate as required.

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Feb 16, 2022

@milynnus maybe im just stupid today 😂 but i still don't understand how that works - a rule for when any label is added to a card, create a new card with {labelname}, and then find card with that {labelname} and do the action? wouldn't it do that to the newly created card with the labelname and not the card that the labelname came from? 

I guess i could create a rule that when a label is added it adds a comment with the label name, and then i can add another trigger to use regex look for a comment with content A | B | C, and then do the action. That feels more convoluted than i was hoping for though and might just be easier to duplicate the rule and swap out the label. 

Thanks for the feedback!

@Brittany Joiner 

Since it is a triggercard, I added {triggercardlink} to description when I created the new card. In the trigger from the new card do a find with {triggercarddescription} add any comment to the card where you first added the label. 

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