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How can I use a custom checklist name while still having it be a trigger?

I'm currently trying to set up a system where I'll be changing the name in a checklist fairly often, but I have commands that require me to use the checklist name as a trigger. I would prefer not to have to go in and manually change the command every time I change the checklist name. I've been playing around with the pattern and wildcard system and still haven't found a solution. Is there anyway I can write a command for a changing checklist name with a common variable that will allow it to still be recognizable?

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milynnus Rising Star Feb 11, 2022

@Joshua Douglas 

Where rules involves a checklist and or item, the checklist name, item name and state are available. See

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