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I am making a master budget card, and a budget card for each List, and I'm trying to make two rules so that when I change any of the budgets by an amount, it automatically updates the master budget:
- a rule when it's a greater value, so it increases the master budget by that amount;
- And another rule when it's a lower value, so it decreases the master budget by that amount;
It works when I use "is set" solely, but not when i use "is greater than"
Anyone knows how to fix this?
If under normal use of a rule gives you some like "is set to a number greater than 1 in a card with ...." where it does not allow you to edit 1 to say 2, it means that you cannot use a variable in its place.
@Miguel Ribeiro Ferreira welcome to the community :) I don't believe you can put a value in that field other than a number (so it's not possible to add a variable). What's the complete calculation you're trying to achieve? Potentially there's a way to achieve it without having the trigger be when the custom field is set to a number greater or lower.
I want to automate the actualization of a "Money" custom field in one card, to be the master budget, so that whenever I change the "Money" custom filed's value of any of the other cards, it adds or sutracts from the Master budget card "Money" custom field
DId this help?