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Hello! I'm trying to figure how can I know the number of days the task was late or completed in advance for a given card. Let's suppose that I set a due date and when I mark it as completed (or move it to a list "Completed"), I'd like to know how many days it was late or early based on that due date.
I know that there power ups that can actually do this, but for this moment I'm trying to find a way that is free. The best free alternative I could find was the "Card Age Badge" power up, where it starts to count the age of the card since it was created. I wanted it to stop counting when it was moved to "Completed" list and then check how many days it took and how it compares to the due date.
Good day to you :)
You can accomplish this task using Trello's built-in features, without needing to use a Power-Up. You can use the card's activity history along with the due date to calculate how many days a task was completed in advance or how late it was.
Here are the steps to do this:
Please note that this method requires manual calculation. If you have a large number of cards or need to do this frequently, it might be worth considering a Power-Up or third-party tool that can automate this process for you.
You can also use the Trello API to automate this process if you have programming skills. The API allows you to retrieve the due date and the date when the card was moved to a different list, so you can write a script to calculate the difference between these two dates.
Let me know if you need further assistance!
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