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Create multiple checklists from spreadsheet


I am making a lot of checklists (500ish for this project) in Trello and using copy paste from a spreadsheet (every line item is slightly different so no point copying in Trello). Basically I have a unit to run wires to (the checklist name) and the items are all the wires/devices associated with the unit.

Is there a way to create multiple checklists automatically from copy paste? Save me having to make checklist, copy/paste a handful of points, then go make a new checklist and copy/paste again and repeat for the 20 odd items in that card?


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milynnus Rising Star Jun 06, 2022

@Matthew Ferrari 

Not sure whether you will be hitting some limits imposed by Trello. To do such massive insertion of checklists and items onto a card, some programming may be required if you want to do it efficient. I am aware that a client with 1000+ cards need to keep all the checklist in sync with a master checklist, it took him 20-30 minutes with a program to run through all the cards.

I would imagine copying it into a google sheet with column 1 as the checklist name and column 2 to be the items and having a card button to read and write to the card.

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