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Is there a power-up I can use in Trello for "recipes" or procedures for a task

Hi, is there a power-up I can add to our Trello work board for team members to follow a certain procedure/process for a particular service/task that a client avails of?

For example:

Task: Change Oil

Team member will look into a power up that is categorized by make, model, then services (change oil) below it for a particular check list to follow?


Hope I am clear about this :-/

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May 01, 2022

@Maria Isabel Lopez - Vera Cruz 

You probably do not need to have a power up to do that. Trello automation will be able to set a checklist onto your card based on conditions you for example, if there are 3 conditions to be met and these are custom fields when all of the are completed (eg. by a supervisor) you can have Trello create a checklist on the card. You can then assign the card to the person. 

There are many ways to handle this. It will depend on your workplace processes. 

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