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List of overdue tasks


I use the "Dashcards" module on Trello and I'm quite happy with it
But the problem with this power-up is that it doesn't manage the dates of my checklists' tasks

And I'm Working with several checklists because a Card is often a project.

How can I use the "DashCard" power-up for manage the dates of my checklists' tasks?

Can another power-up manage this?

Thank You

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Hi @DESMARIS Manuel 

If you are hitting up against the limits of Trello reporting options you can always look at 3rd party reporting power-ups. We have a write up of the options here

I don't know many that offer checklist support to that degree, but you can do this in Blue Cat Reports

Hope that helps :)



Do you think that I could do it wth a rule like:

When I add a date to a task, the same date is applied to the Card

I am looking for the date field but I can't find it

milynnus Rising Star May 16, 2022


There is no trigger for when a date is added to item. It can only be captured via webhook. 


Thank you.

If I understand correctly, I can create a Card, with a code, to read all cards of my board, to check all dates of my tasks, and my card will show, for example:

Number of overdue tasks - 12

If this is the solution, I don't know how to code and how to do... 

milynnus Rising Star May 16, 2022


Since it is not supported by Trello automation, your only option is use the http request to provide the services you need and coding using the api will be required. If you cannot code then employ someone to do it or see if can change your workflow to address your requirements. 

milynnus Rising Star May 16, 2022


Take a look at @Robin Warren post. You have a report solution there. 

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milynnus Rising Star May 13, 2022


There is a badge that shows the earliest due date of items on a card. You can write some code to read that. A client uses it to bump all overdue items to today. 

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