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How can you set a condition for Trello commands?


For example, things such as "Every monday do x until January 16 2024"  I can't really find anything regarding this in the documentation.

Or, alternatively, is there any way to create a command that removes another command?

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Felipe Marques Noll
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jan 17, 2023

Hi Kalli! Welcome to the community!

I'm Felipe, nice to meet you and I hope you're doing well.

Right now, the feature set command to deactivate other commands and set a command to run for a period of time aren't available within Trello. I’ll pass your interest in this on to our team for consideration.

With that said, an alternative that may fit you is the "calendar commands". However, it's not possible to set a date for the command to stop running. 

I hope this information helps

Felipe Noll

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