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Is there a button I can create to jump from a card to a list?

I have a Table of Contents that is the first List across my board.  Under that, I have many cards, one for each List I have across the board.  I want to be able to go down the list of cards under Table of Contents, open up the card and then have an option to jump over to the List that it correlates with.  Is this possible?  Hope this makes sense.  Thanks!

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milynnus Rising Star Feb 10, 2022

@Bobbie Halminiak 

I may have a design that can help. Please send me you contact via my profile page. I have a private video illustrating the idea. 

Thank you for helping me create exactly what I was looking for!  You did this quickly and explained everything in detail so I understood how it was created and how it functions.  Highly recommend your services to anyone needing extra help with the 1000's of Trello functions.

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I don’t know of any way to make a link to a list (which is what we would need to do this). Would be a nest feature though (and the smart card for that link would do what you want)

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