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How Trello counts Bulter command runs ?

I'm just started to use Trello for task management.

I noticed there's a limitation of numbers of Bulter commands can run.

Now I'm qurious about definition how Trello count up numbers of the runs.


When you look at Bulter menu, and click "Rules", the title says just "Rules".

But in case of "Calendar", the title says that "Scheduled Commands".

Does it mean even if "Rules" runs, it's not counted as number of the runs of the Bulter commands ?


Thanks a lot for your helping me



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Felix Atlassian Team Aug 03, 2022

Any triggered command, rules included, count as a command run. 

Note that this also includes Butler card and board buttons.

Thank you so much for yor reply.

Please let me ask one more, is there any way to confirm current count of command runs ?

Felix Atlassian Team Aug 03, 2022

Yes, under "Account" you can see how many command runs you have used and how many you have available under your current plan.

See for how to get there - you just skip the last step (i.e. don't click on the "Usage" tab, the quota information is on the "Account" tab)

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