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Filter view for linked cards


I am looking for a filtered view of all cards linked to a master card. I created automation in Butler where I create a master card and a checklist where any item added is converted into a linked card. Then I would like to be able to create a filtered view where I can only see that master card and the linked cards.

I can only see right now to manually tag each card but I am looking for automation instead. 

Every master card is a project and the linked cards are the subtasks. The plan is to have in the board many projects so If I can filter by project, it will be easier to go over them with the team. 

If anyone has any ideas would be appreciated. 


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Hannah Morgan
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Aug 25, 2022

@Ana Cabrera how about auto-labeling the linked cards with the parent card name? Your automation rule could incorporate an additional action to label the card - e.g. 

when an item is added to checklist "Tasks", convert the item to a linked card, and add the grey "{triggercardname}" label to the card.

From there, you can just filter your board on that label. 

You might end up with a lot of grey labels though depending on how many parent cards you're working with.

that works, thanks Hannah!!

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