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Is there a cheaper option to Unito?

Hi all.


We have a 'master board' with a series of lists, each list has quite a few cards.


We'd like to be able to copy the lists over to colleagues boards.

When we add cards to a master list - or add/delete a list or card, it's updated their end.


Unito seems to do what we want but it's damn pricey.


Is there a cheaper alternative?





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Brittany Joiner
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Jan 04, 2023

@Sean Toomey it can be quite a bit of work to build out, but you can achieve this with Trello Automation. You'll just need to link the cards, and then use the "cascade" options of actions to find the first linked card and perform an action. You'll also need to use Butler variables to reference values from the original card to the mirrored card. Anyways, those are some tips, and  its a good bit of work to actually set up, depending on how much you want mirrored over, but you can do it for "free" (or possibly with the premium version of Trello depending on how much automation you're doing).

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