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Show automation on front of card

Hi everyone, 

I am fairly new to using Trello as a day to day, and I have a couple of simple card buttons (Complete) that I have added to the front of the card, it simply moves the card to the done list.

Is there a way of seeing this on the front of the card instead of clicking through? It would just allow me to quickly go through and mark things instead of opening the card and then clicking the automation.

There may be others in the future so just wanted to see if I could personalise the cover of the cards on my board.



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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jun 29, 2022

Hi @Scott Douglas ! Welcome to the community :) It's not possible to add card buttons to the front of cards but there might be another way to achieve what you want with less clicks. 

1. Create an automation rule to move cards to the "Done" list when the due date completion checkbox is checked:

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2. Create a "Done" label and create a rule to automatically move cards to the "Done" list when the label is applied. You can use keyboard shortcuts to apply the label in one action. So if the label is green, the shortcut to apply the label is "1"

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Thank you so much for this, this is brilliant. 

Adding it right now!

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