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Slack Automation with Trello


I currently have set up an automation to send a prewritten message to Slack when a task is moved to a completed Column.
So the automation is working great and the prewritten messages are coming through to slack perfectly, but is there a way to include what task is completed?
For example, if a task is: "task 1 call back client", and this task is moved to the completed column on Trello, it sends a message saying "Great job, this task is completed!".

Is there a way to also add which task was moved over to the completed column? So it would say something like " Great job, This task is completed! Task 1 call back client" .
hope this makes sense.
thanks in advance

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Atlassian Team
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Oct 26, 2022

You should be able to use variables in your message to include the card name for that - so your rule should look something like `when a card is added to list "Completed", post message "Great job, {cardname} is completed" to slack channel "#channel" in workspace "workspace"`

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