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I know there is a rule "when list ______ has exactly ____ cards" do this.... but the list name field has to have a name. is there a way to say any list instead of specific list?

The goal is to have a website order come in, that order creates a list using zapier, the orders items are the cards. each card has a checklist. when the check list is complete, the card is archived. when a list has 0 cards left, the list can be archived. this would then communicate with zapier again and then update the order on the backend of the website.

Also, is there a way to automate archiving a list?

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milynnus Rising Star Jun 29, 2022


What you have described is a common use case. Specific to your enquiry to para I check up on use of wildcards. In Trello you insert {*} eg where card name on contains {*}<{*}> and it will return values as variables {wildcard1} and {wildcard2}

so if i use "when list {*} has exactly 0 cards" this will look at all lists, and if it has 0 cards it will do the next step, is that what you are describing?

milynnus Rising Star Jun 30, 2022


You have to try it because wildcard cannot be used in all places within Trello automation. I am aware it works on card name and description and it might not work for list in some cases. I remembered trying to move card into a {*} list and I recall it works.

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