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I want to play a "good job!" sound effect every time a card is moved to the "completed" list. How can I do this?

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Alex Waite
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Aug 05, 2021

Hi Leslie,

Trello automation has no way of playing a sound when a card is moved to a certain list. One thing you could do is set the emoji ๐ŸŽ‰  at the start of the name of a list. When cards move into this list, Trello will display a confetti animation.

I recommend looking through Trello Power-Ups to see if anything by a third-party could be used to create what you're looking for.

Cheers,
Alex

Thanks for your response!

I haven't found any Power-Ups that specifically offer sound effects.

Multisensory feedback offers huge value to users, especially for behaviors we want to encourage (like completing tasks). As a game developer, I know this feedback can be leveraged to motivate players into completing tasks they'd otherwise find too boring. The same is likely true with to-do list items. 

For now, I'll look into building a method myself!

Elyssa Angelo
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Oct 04, 2023

Hi, I know this is an old thread, but were you able to find a way to add sound to trello?

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