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Suggestion of power up

Hello!

I need a suggestion of power up's for deadlines. My board it has so many cards with so many deadlines and daily I need to postpone for many reasons. 

For me, it is interesting to know how many postpones I do every day and how many times some card was postponed. 

 

Example:

CARD X: pick up the garbage

DEADLINE: today (December, 13)

I couldn't do it today, so I will postpone to do tomorrow. 

 

CARD X: pick up the garbage

DEADLINE: tomorrow (December, 14)

If I couldn't do it tomorrow I will postpone to after tomorrow. 

 

So, I need a power up to inform that the card was postpone in the December, 13  and December, 14. And also inform how many cards were concluded. 

Besides that, these power would inform how many times this card was postponed, in this case, 2 times. 

 

 

Thanks!

 

1 answer

If you just need to know this for each card when viewing the back of the card :

by default, Trello saves and displays in the card activity history all changes to due dates, so you will have the history

to know how many times you changed the due date (assuming all changes are postponing), if you are on any paid plan, you may create a custom field "postponed how many times ?", and increase it via an automation rule to be created within Trello’s native automation tool (butler).

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