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I have have multiple boards, with multiple cards, and for each card I use checklists with due dates. How do I create one calendar that shows all those checklist due dates?
@Dan Morse Advanced checklists in workspace calendars aren't supported yet, but I see it requested a lot in this forum. I'd suggest submitting a feature request to bump it up!
In the meantime, here are some alternatives alongside what milynnus suggested:
1. Planyway gives you a calendar and timeline view of cards and checklist items. You can add multiple boards to your calendar/timeline as well (this is a paid feature).
2. Automatically consolidate all cards into a master board using Unito and use the calendar view from that board. This is also a paid solution.
3. Sync all boards into GCal or Outlook calendar. This is a free option, but the sync time isn't live (see details in this guide: https://help.trello.com/article/811-viewing-cards-in-a-calendar-view)
Since due dates can be added, changed, removed or item marked completed anytime, the only way to track them would be via webhook at the board level. To have a common calendar the changes from all the boards would have to be centralised. If the boards are in different workspace it would be an even bigger challenge.
Is there a COTS solution ? I am not aware but someone here might know. Try Blue Cat, they are big into reports so they might have something for item due dates across boards.
My item alert system/project uses webhooks and a cron to send alerts to the card as comments with @username or @card depending on item assignment.
In a sense the data is there to build a ‘calendar’ for the all items across any board. Technically, there is no reason to display a timeline of the records on thing like Steamlit.
Then project is built on Deta with python. The documentation is available https://github.com/xu2xulim/Trello-Item-Alert
Given the every small amount of data here's screenshot of Streamlit Timeline component with the test data that I have (looks like there is potential for an app for Trello boards) :