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Duplicates card with Car Repeater



I'm using this power-ip since this week-end, I put a repeater on a card, I.E a due date and a frequency but when I click on the power-up button at the top of my table, it show me du placates of each cards.


Any idea ?

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Hi from Trello Support! The Card Repeater Power-Up is designed to create another copy of the card on a regular basis.

If you find the original card and turn off the Repeater settings for that card, that should stop the duplicates.

However, if you're seeing something different, could you share a screenshot? 

Hi @Blair at Atlassian & thank you for your answer !

So, if I understand you well, when I create a car with the Repeater power-up, it will create additional card, one er day for instance ?

Is that the reason why I have a card with the repeater settings and another one without ?

If that's right, that's sound good to me but, in such a case, why display a message with the word "duplicate" ? I'm workin on IS/IT programs, duplicates means error.

Thanks !

I'm using the following lists : To-Do, On-Going, Repetitives, Done & and Abandonned. Considering the fact that this power-up creat additional card, called duplicates, in principales without repeater setting, how do I know what card to move ton Done ?


I started from scratch, with new repetitive cards, for one card I know have two duplicates, without repetitive settings:

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Hi @Blair at Atlassian, any idea how to solve this problem ?

@Blair at Atlassian 

Another exemple with lots of duplicates:

Capture d’écran 2019-07-15 à 11.27.24.png

This Power-Up intends to create duplicates as part of the repeating process. The repeated card is a duplicate of the card you've set the Repeat rule on.

To stop the card duplication, you'll want to disable the Card Repeater Power-Up. 

If you don't disable the Power-Up, the original card that you designated to "repeat" will be duplicated on the scheduled repeat date, in the list and position that you selected on the original card.

Also, it is important to remember that archiving a card will not stop it from repeating. Therefore, to stop a repeating card, you can:

  • Delete the card
  • Move it to another board, (since the Card Repeater Power-Up is board-specific)
  • Cancel the repeat schedule on the original card

I hope this helps! 

I understand but it create two duplicates for daily task, don't you think it's not the right behavior ?

Do you have a screenshot that you'd be willing to share of the repeat settings you've created for the card in question?

Thank you for the screenshot!

From the screenshot, I noticed you've also got Butler enabled on this board - do you have any rule that might be duplicating the Repeated card?

Could you please share a URL link to each of the two cards at the top of the first list, the two titled Appliquer la prépartion ?

You're welcome.

I'm using Butler but of course not to do the same than Car Repater.

Here it is:

Does it help ?

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