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How to make a link to a card in an email sent with Butler klickable??

Hey knowledgable folks!

I've been searching the internet for hours now without success.

I know how I can embed a link to a Trello card in an email send with Butler, using the variable {cardlink}. However, the link is just plain text when the email arrives. How do I turn it into a real, klickable link???

Html seems not to be supported. If I try using <a> tags they just display the way they are. Is there a trick or is that not possible??

Thanks in advance for your help!


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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Mar 10, 2022

Hi @Silke ! Welcome to the community :) Trello uses markdown, so try adding:


This will generate a hyperlink like this: Test Card 

Thank you @Hannah Morgan ! I didn't know you can use the markdown in those mails, too. Splendid!

Hey @Hannah Morgan ! 

I've tried to use 




for an email notif being mentioned in a card comment, but it still only shows the card name in plain text. Is there anything that could be interfering with this? 

@Hannah Morgan Sorry nevermind, yahoo mail was the issue :)

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