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Change checklist items' due date automatically for new cards

Hi,

I need to be able to create/copy cards but be able to shift all the due dates of the checklist items of the new card by a certain amount of time. To be more specific, I have a template card with 37 checklist items in it. Each checklist item has a separate due date. I want to be able to copy the card to create a new card and be able to shift all the due dates of the checklist items of the new card by a certain amount (let's say 2 days) compared with the previous card. Is there a way to do that?

Thanks,

Parham 

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milynnus Rising Star Jan 17, 2021

@Parham Aghdasi 

Finally, I found the post that prompted me to go create a module.

https://youtu.be/3R9RzO7zdAk

Clever use of CF, can made the card button act upon different checklist for each run.

This video has been made private :(

milynnus Rising Star Apr 17, 2022

@Robin Moore 

Yes, it was made private because there weren’t much interest. Furthermore, because of some change inside Trello, the custom power up stopped working. I have since found an alternative node platform that can run my custom power up but had no migrate the code over. 

@Parham Aghdasi  Can Butler handle checklist item due date? Yes but not incrementing from existing due dates

Due date on items are only with Business class Advanced Checklist.

I don’t think there is a published API to update or add item due.

I tested out a change on a post API to create items on a checklist with a due date using (1) a due date of an existing item (2) a due date from a card (3) a due date from a custom field.

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@Parham Aghdasi to make this useful. it should be in a form that can be used with Butler. The only exit provided by native Butler is Http Request. The scenario you presented is one of them but there may be others. 

Also able to update an existing item by name with a new date.

The challenge I am facing is that "for each item", Butler does not seem to process all the command behind it in series, it does this instead for 3 items.... cmd1 cmd1 cmd 1 cmd2 cm2 cmd2...instead of item 1 cmd 1 cmd 2 , item 2 cm1d cmd2,...etc

Butler does support http POST and PUT, and you can include variables and CF values

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