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Glitch - comment copied is multiplying

I have a simple rule you all helped me to create that would copy a comment from a card, to other linked cards.

 

Rule:

when a comment is posted to a card, for each card linked in the attachments, post comment "{commenttext}"

 

Problem is, when it executes, it copies the comment multiple times to the linked card. Comment copied but duplicated multiple times.png

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Mar 10, 2022

Hi @Lynne ! Based on your other post, I did mention that depending on how you set things up, it can cause looping behavior and to differentiate the "trigger" card from the "action" card so butler doesn't get stuck in an infinite loop. 

Is there an easy way for you to separate out what card is the trigger card, and what card should be receiving the comment? E.g. "when a comment is posted in a card in list X"

Excellent! Ok, thanks so much for the clarification :-)

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Mar 10, 2022

Np :) Hope you can get that working smoothly! 

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