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How do I set default notifications back to "none"?

When I set a due date for a task, "set due date reminder" has recently started defaulting to 
"1 Day Before".

Now I never want reminders from Trello - especially not on Sunday for Monday deadlines, I want a weekend!

It's a real pain to have to change it to "no reminder" every single time!

Is there a way to change the default (back) to "no reminder"?

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Hello Roy!

For now, there isn't a way to change the default setting to "no reminder". You need to choose it manually.

But I can pass your interest in this on to our team for consideration, although we can't guarantee it will be implemented.

A suggestion, in case that works for you, is to create an automation card button to set a specific range of due date. You can explore this alternative option on your board by going to automation > buttons > card buttons. In the action type you can choose "dates".

Here is a detailed article to assist you: https://support.atlassian.com/trello/docs/creating-and-managing-butler-commands/

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