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How do I filter trigger by attachments?

Probably a dumb question but I am looking to make a simple trigger for cards that have been moved to a given list that only activates if there is an attachment present (e.g. a Trello Attachment or a Dropbox attachment).

I don't necessarily need to know the name of the attachment, simply check if one is there or not before proceeding with the command.

Is such a thing possible?

As a specific example, I am looking to perform an action to a linked card in the attachments after a card is moved to a specific list, but as it is now, this gets triggered any time any card is moved to that list, regardless of if it has a linked card or not. This is chewing away at my quota of commands run as the command is run, even if there is no actual action being taken.

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@David Hall 

You can set a label (invisible) when attachment contains https://trello.com and use that label as a condition on the card.

Thanks for this suggestion. Didn't even think of using an invisible label. This was a nice simple workaround that worked for my task.

I don't see the option to check if there's an attachment, but you could do it with a custom field setting it only to the cards with attachments.

 

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You could also assign that custom field automatically

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