Is it possible to have an "OR" filter across the filter groups? Right now there's a "Match any label and any member" and "Match all labels and all members", but what I really need is a "Match any label OR any member".
Or is it possible to apply filters to certain columns (in my case I need the filters applied to all but 1 column).
Hi @bluearrowtelematics ,
please have a look at these power-up, integration, articles & documentations
I hope these links will help you out!
Unfortunately none of these do what I want. I really need to filter (not search) based on those criteria. This isn't for me, I would be fine doing this as a workaround, but this is something that needs to be implemented across the entire company and we have some less technical people that really need it to be as simplified as possible. They don't want to have to do a search every time they need to see something, they just want to set a filter and have that be what they see every time they look at their trello board.
Our workflow is we have a Task Submission column where tasks are automatically added through a jotform integration or Salesmen will add tasks there for Customer Support reps. Customer Support reps need to filter by tasks assigned to them or tasks with no one assigned to them, but when a salesman adds a task, Butler automatically assigns the task to that salesman, so with that filter it doesn't work. What I was going to do is to add a label for tasks in the "Task Submission" column and have that label get removed when a card got moved to a different column (To Do, In Progress, On Hold, etc).
I was able to solve this a different (less ideal) way though. I just changed the Butler task to not assign the salesman to the card until the card got moved from Task Submission. This is less ideal because now a salesman will not be updated about card activity until it's been moved, but generally nothing gets added to a card until it's been moved anyways so that shouldn't be a huge deal.
[sorry I think I misread your requirement] Sounds like you are already very familiar with Butler. My go to when I need to stay within Butler and yet it cannot handle it is Butler Http Request to an endpoint.
An example that is somewhat similar to your case was to decide for a calendar command to skip running on a particular day when it set to run daily.
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