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Hi all, may I know is there a way to conditional format the [Due Date] field natively. Currently, the [Due Date] field turns ReD if the checkbox is unchecked when due date has passed or Green if the checkbox is checked. What I want is for the [Due Date] to turn Green if due date is more than 7 days away; Amber when between 7-2 days; Red when due date is less than 2 days away.
I added Amazing Fields (act like custom fields) from Power-Ups, which allows conditional formatting. But I find that becomes an unnecessary duplication. I have attached a pic, hope it provides better explanation of what I want. Many thanks.
@Jeffrey Wong there are no accessible settings for changing the colors of Trello's due date fields. I think that's pretty standard amongst apps that kinda set those colors under the hood based on if they're overdue or due soon or completed, but I've definitely seen some other folks ask about it. You could submit a feature request for this! https://trello.com/contact
Thanks @Brittany Joiner for responding. I did use Amazing Fields to do what I need, could have scrapped the native [Due Date], but unfortunately, when I tried to pull data from other system into Trello, the native [Due Date] is the only available field for date data. I cannot find Amazing Fields. Anyway, will keep exploring if there is other work around. 😊
You can pull data into Amazing Fields through custom fields to support the exchange. You can find more details on how to do this in the following support articles: https://docs.amazingpowerups.com/article/16-how-to-integration-with-zapier-extensions and https://docs.amazingpowerups.com/article/13-custom-field-integration
If you run into problems, feel free to reach out through the inline help panel in Amazing Fields. I am always here to help out.