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How do I get a chronologically ordered overview of all cards I've been tagged on?

Marion Campact
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May 24, 2023

I'd need a *cross-bords* option for all cards I've been tagged on via @card, @bord and @Name


Thank you!!


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Dreamsuite Mike
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May 25, 2023

Hi @Gaurav Kataria I think @Marion Campact was not looking at cards necessarily assigned to her...


@Marion Campact You will require an automation to handle the situation above.  

Option 1 - Add you as a member to a card when @card @board or @you is mentioned using the automation command below (note, this will have to be added to all boards that apply

when a comment containing "regex:/@(board|card|name)/" is posted to a card, join the card

This will then enable you to use the all cards view as shown by @Gaurav Kataria

You can also set up a workspace table view filtered by my cards across all boards in this instance


Option 2 - If you don't want to be a member of the card you can use automation to add a label "my cards" (or something more to your liking).

when a comment containing "regex:/@(board|card|name)/" is posted to a card, at the label "my cards" to the card

With this option, you can then create a workspace table view filtered by that label

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Gaurav Kataria
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May 24, 2023

Marion, you can see all the cards you are assigned to by following this:

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