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How I can add a "last modified date" to the front of Trello cards?

When adding any details (description, activity, date changes etc) or updates to a Trello card, it will be great to have a date of the change added to the front of the card so we can track cards that have not had any attention for some time.


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Someone might have a better idea, but you could create a custom date field called "last modified". Then, use Butler to create rules to say "when this happens, set the custom field date to now".

Not sure if you could create a general trigger to say "when any change happens", but you could create multiple rules for when someone adds a comment, attaches a file, changes the due date etc. it would look like this:



If the purpose of having this field show on the front of the card is to identify cards that haven't been updated in a long time, there's also the "card aging" power up.

Works well, thank you  Hannahmorg.

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You simply click on card on right top corner where you see the option of copy list and moving list. You can easily to add last modified date. 

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