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How can I define priority for daily scheduled butler commands?

I assume that any butler commands that I have scheduled to run daily will run in the order they show on the calendar screen in the automation menu, but I can't seem to change the order of the commands on this screen without deleting and recreating them.  I also don't know for definite that that is actually priority order.

Basically I am looking to move all cards from list X that don't have a label (Y) to the next list (Z), and then sort that second list.  As far as I can tell I can't do that as one scheduled command because the 'move all cards from list X without label Y' must be the last action in a scheduled command, which will mean list Z is sorted prior to the cards from list X being added.

Is there anyway to define which order the commands run in other than deleting them all and recreating them in the correct order? Not a huge amount of work at this point, but I don't want to have to do it every time I need to add something else in

 

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