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Is it possible to automatically check the next item on a checklist?

I see that Butler will let you check an item with a specific name but for my purposes I need a button that will check the next thing in line.  Is that possible?   And if so, is it possible to take it a step further and do it with every checklist on all cards with a specific label at once? 

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Iain Dooley Community Leader May 20, 2020

@Cori_Boyce can you describe your use case in more detail? There's probably a way to do it.

I am doing workflow for a laundry process.    I have a list for each washer, and am using labels to distinguish what is in the Load 1 vs Load 2 (one load being in a washer and one in the corresponding dryer then switching) and checklists with items associated with each wash.  (5 items on checklist for something that needs 5 washes).  Items can be on different numbers at any given time (1 item can be on Wash 3 while another is on Wash 1 in the same load).    Ideally I would like to be able to check the next item on the checklists on all cards assigned a certain label.   (i.e. if one load is on Wash 2 and one is on Wash 4; I can check item 3 and 5 respectively simultaneously when the next cycle starts)

But if that is not possible I would like a card button that automatically does the next load on a single check list so I can move through each card quicker.  

Iain Dooley Community Leader May 21, 2020

@Cori_Boyce interesting, the only thing I don't understand about your use case is where you say:

using labels to distinguish what is in the Load 1 vs Load 2 (one load being in a washer and one in the corresponding dryer then switching)

Am I correct in understanding that each card corresponds to an item being washed, you're using labels to designate that a given item is in a given load, and that each item needs X number of washes? If so, I'm not sure why you're using a list to designate a washer, when you already have a label designating a load.

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