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How to set up calendar commands and due date commands Edited

I am really struggling to set up a calendar command or due date command on any of my boards.  

 

I want Trello to automatically move cards with a completed due date from one board to another either at a certain time each day or at any point during that day.  I have set the command to move every card with a complete due date, due today to the specified list in the specified board and have enabled the command in both boards but it still isn't working.  My cards just sit there even when the due date is complete.  

 

I understand that it says it won't run the command retrospectively but I have created new cards and marked the due date as complete in the future and it still doesn't work.  Any ideas?

 

I have also set this up as a rule that says 'when the due date is marked as complete in a card due today by anyone, move the card to the bottom of list "Wooden Spoon" on board "Past Posts 3"' but this doesn't seem to work either.

 

I have only got one of these set up at a time on each board so there shouldn't be any conflicting commands?

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@Alison Curryer 

To move a set of cards you first need to “collect” the cards into a checklist then iterate through the checklist using “for each card “

I'm sorry but I don't understand what you mean by collect them into a checklist?

@Alison Curryer 

This is the last action listed under cascade after you have set a trigger. 

Note : unfortunately this is not available under Calendar so you need to use calendar to trigger something that will trigger of a rule command to get around this.

OK I've set this up to try!  Thanks

It's still not working!

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