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Moving Cards to another list and back

When I give my cards a label they are supposed to be moved to another list. If I remove the above label from the cards, I would like the card to be returned to their Original List. I've tried using "advanced" rules, but I don't want to create 100 different rules for each list.


Can you please help me with this? Can cards get an "original List" where they belong to or something like that? 

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Apr 09, 2022 • edited

@Adrian Willrich 

I have used this with a client to process some documents in Zapier then move it back to the original list

when a card with the red label is moved into list "Done", remove the red label from the card, and move the card to the top of list "{triggercardpreviouslistname}"

PS The name of the list that the trigger card comes from.
Note: This variable is only available when the command trigger involves the movement of a card to a new list.

Thanks for your help, but i've already figured out how to handle my case...

I gave my cards a label without a color, named them like the lists they belong to. 

The rule is now: "when the blue "XXX" label is added to a card with the "XYZ" label, move the card to the top of list "XYZ"

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