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Morning Wake Up Alarm Options for Trello. Robust alarms to keep me on schedule

I am new to trello, but one thing I have not been able to complete is getting reminders for things l

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Laura Holton Community Leader Dec 22, 2021

Hi @Todd Shields 👋

Welcome to the Community! Unfortunately, there is not an alarm/reminder style Power Up in the way you might be imagining but depending on what you'd like to be reminded on there are automation options. For example, you can set up an email report in four easy steps:

  1. Click the “Automation” button at the top of a board and select “Email reports.”
  2. Pick a report template: board snapshot, due soon, overdue, or my cards. (Note: Click “View my email reports” to go to the Scheduled commands tab in Butler where email reports can be edited or deleted.)
  3. Configure your report: select the date and time to send the report, add up to 10 email addresses for recipients, and customize the subject and message to add more context. You’ll see a preview of the report on the right hand side of the screen as you make changes.
  4. Select “Schedule report” to finish setting things up, or “Email me a test” if you’d like to verify everything before saving.

I'd also recommend you take a look at this Trello blog on 'How To Set Custom Due Date Reminders In Trello'.

I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just ask away 😃

All the best,

Laura

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