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Is there a way to OR items in a "card name contains" butler rule?

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Jan 28, 2022

I want to apply a rule to cards that contain any of one list of things in the card (for example, apply the purple label if it contains eggs OR milk). is there a way to say that in a single butler rule? Or do i need to create a rule for each item? I tried with a comma but that didn't work - i assume it's looking at only a string within here, so that's the equivalent or saying "eggs,milk" rather than "eggs","milk"


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milynnus Rising Star Jan 28, 2022

@Brittany Joiner 

This has worked for me

when a card with a name containing "regex:/.*(Prof|Course).*/" is moved into list "Course", post comment "Card name contains {wildcard1}"

Brittany Joiner Community Leader Jan 29, 2022

Yes this work!! Thanks @milynnus !!

Sorry, this is something I need to figure out how to do as well. I'm a bit confused by this answer, can someone explain to me how you were able to get this to work? 

Nevermind, I had to look more into what regex meant, I understand it now. Thank you @milynnus !!

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