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Is there a way to arrange/filter tasks (cards) in a column (list) based on their labels?

I'm trying to find a way to rearrange the tasks (cards) under individual columns (lists), based on the labels I assigned the tasks. Like, I want to group the tasks with the same label together.

So far I don't see a way of doing it, would greatly appreciate your help!

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Aug 02, 2022

Hi @denizsutas welcome to the community! It's not currently possible to set permanent list sorting so that cards always stay in that order (like in Airtable or Notion), but you can use butler automation to help keep your cards in order. 

You might want to have several commands:

1. A schedule command:
schedule command sort list.PNG

2. A trigger-based rule:
sort list.PNG

You may also want to add another rule that says something like "when any label is added to a card in the "To Do" list, sort the list by label...."

Is there an easy way to modify this so several lists are sorted by the same label order?

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