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I am having a problem automating task list due date adjustments

Good Afternoon!

Currently I have a board setup with cards that each have their own checklists and each item on the checklists is assigned to a different person. The goal is to have the due dates for each incomplete checklist item at the end of the day, having that task pushed to the following day.

Current commands in place:

Trigger 1: 

1 days after a card is due at 5:00 am, move the due date to today

Trigger 2: 

on the day a card is due at 6:00 pm, post message "{triggercardname} - {triggercardlink} was not complete today and has been moved to tomorrow" to Slack channel "#test-channel" in workspace "Slack" as Butler

Any help would be much apricated!

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milynnus
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Dec 21, 2022 • edited

@Sondre 

I did a similar project for an Australia client. She want to push any overdue checklist items to the next day. Since there is no way to figure out which item is overdue, we had to inspect the entire board to look for overdue items. We employed a little trick to minimise the need to run through every card but it is still quite compute intensive.

The above runs as a daily routine 

The commands you have illustrated is a bit confusing. Checklist items' due dates and card due are independent. Perhaps I am missing something here.

Perhaps, you want to have the trigger 1 move the item due dates...I think that is doable as well except that it has to done with http request

That's the goal in practice, I am still new to the automation of Trello and to the product as a whole, still figuring it all out.

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