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Edit card titles in a copied list

I have a master list of cards that I make a copy of for each project. Is there a way to add a unique identifier to the cards specific to each list created? 

For example, add a "Smith" to each card title in one copied list, a "Baker" to each card title in the second copied list, and so on.

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Jan 22, 2023 • edited

Hi Corey,

Thanks for reaching out!

While this isn't directly possible, you could set up a couple of Butler automation to achieve this.

For example, set up a board button that copies all the cards from list X to list Y (i.e. Smith). Then, set up a command that prepends the word "Smith" to the card names of those copied cards.

Board button:

  • copy all the cards in list "Tomorrow" to list "Smith


  • when a card is copied into list "Smith", rename the card to "Smith {cardname}"
  • in this example, the {cardname} variable pulls the original card name.

Note: if your list has a lot of cards, you'll see performance issues.

Hope this helps!

All the best,

The Trello Team

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