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How to show multiple days on a card/calendar?

Is there any way to show multiple days linked to one card. I am trying to have a card for my fabrication schedule (ie order materials on Monday, begin fab on Wednesday, deliver on Friday). Can anyone help me find a solution.?

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Iain Dooley Community Leader May 13, 2020

@Derek_Estep you can either add multiple custom fields with date types, or you could link multiple cards to the same card, or you could set due dates on checklist items (if you have business class).

Does adding due dates on the checklist item have the one card show up on multiple days or does each day need a new card with the original card tagged?

Iain Dooley Community Leader May 13, 2020

@Derek_Estep I'm not sure how due dates on checklist items interact with the calendar view, if you have multiple cards linked to a single master they will of course show up in the calendar view.

I got ya. Thank for your help. I'm trying to have an interactive calendar for my fab shop that is on a tv screen so they know what jobs are coming up and what they are working on. Maybe outlook calendar or google calendar is better for displaying that, although I was hoping to have it located in one spot.

Iain Dooley Community Leader May 13, 2020

@Derek_Estep what would probably work best then is creating a "master" for each job, then sub-tasking out each step in a separate card with separate due dates as I have outlined here:

then put those cards with their due dates into lists, maybe separating out each list by "team" or part of production, and just sort the lists by due date ascending so the work queue is visible and each team (or maybe each person) can see what to work on now and what's coming up.

I don't think a calendar is the best format for that.

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