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How to filter cards that were updated recently?


Instead of looping through thousands of cards, I would like to get the cards that have been updated recently. 

How can I extract this information based on a specified date or a date range? Let's say that I ran an ETL on 2/7/22 and extracted information for cards A, B, and C.  I then decide to run the ETL again on 2/14/22.  If cards A, B, C have no new activity in the past week, I don't want to query those cards.  I only want to query the cards that were changed after my last ETL run.

Thank you for your help.

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milynnus Rising Star Feb 15, 2022


Try Dashcard to see if allows you to do that. I am aware there is a filter for last modified.  

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On the right hand sidebar on the board, there is an activity feed which lists all the activities on the board.  You could just look there?

Or did you want to do it programatically?

Thanks.  I need to do it using Python.

This python library should help:


Also, please refer to our dev documentation at

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