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Setting the time on Due date with automation

When creating automations, like a button, it is possible to set or change a Due Date, but how do you change the TIME?

If I have button which changes the due date, it appears to set the TIME to the moment of clicking the button. That's not desirable. For example, if I move the due date by a week, I would like the due date to be set to 9:00 AM of that date.

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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Mar 13, 2022

Hi @Kimmo Kyle ! You can specify the due time when setting the due date, but when moving the due date, it will respect the existing time.

For example, you have two buttons:

1. Set the due date in 5 working days at 9 am
So if today is March 14, the due date will be set to March 21st with the due time of 9 am. This will happen regardless of whether the due date is set or not.

2. Move the due date by 5 working days
Let's say you have a card with a due date of March 21st at 9 am, when triggering this automation, the date will be moved to March 28th at 9 am.

Ok, that's what I thought. Bummer. Thanks!

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