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Filter cards where I am just following - not a member

Roan Cruz March 24, 2020

Hi,

Would be nice to filter the cards in one board or more boards where I am just Following.

Already exists a way to filter the ones I am a Member or if someone mentioned me in a comment, but it would be useful to see the cards where I am not a Member but just Following.

If it is already exist, could you please let me know?

Thank you!

Roan Cruz

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Iain Dooley
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March 24, 2020

@Roan Cruz you can't filter to show cards you're watching, and there's nothing in the API that will tell you whether or not you're watching a card.

Why do you want this information?

Iain Dooley
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March 24, 2020

@Roan Cruz oh actually sorry the subscribed field in the card object tells you whether or not the querying member is subscribed to the card.

So, conceivably, you could use the API to add a label to every card in every board that you're watching.

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Roan Cruz March 24, 2020

Thank you, @Iain Dooley !

It is important to me because I do follow cards where the responsability is not mine but I need to know how it is progressing - so I get notifications.
The responsable of the card is the member subscribed to it.

I was hopping to have an easier way with Filter or Search command to get it. Via API is something which I can consider but will make the things a little bit more complex.

Thank you the attention!

Roan Cruz

Roan Cruz March 24, 2020

*follow = watch

Iain Dooley
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March 24, 2020

@Roan Cruz well, if you're watching a card without being a member of it, you'll get notified when anything happens on the card.

Isn't that enough? What you seem to be after is some way of knowing which cards haven't had notifications on them for some time, is that right?

If so, perhaps you could set a due date to remind you to follow up or use the card aging power up.

Roan Cruz March 24, 2020

Exactly, @Iain Dooley . I will be notified IF someone do some changes there, but if not, I won't.

Filtering by cards I am Watching, would help me to look to them which are not moving.

The due date is in use by the member to be notified when he needs to make something.

The card aging is a power up I used in the past, it will help me but I will have a view of all tickets - including the ones I am not Watching.

But I got the limitation. Happy that it really does not exists so it was not my bad.

If you can send this suggestion to dev team, would be good. I believe it could help another people.

Cheers!

Roan Cruz

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Katrina Rozentale
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May 10, 2023

I have the same issue. I can't find the cards I am watching to remind people about it. There are too many cards and too many emails. I have to list all my cards I am watching in an excel file which is totally inconvenient. 

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