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Trello Automation and Sorting

Laura Gunn
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Nov 01, 2023

I am new to Trello and have recently started setting up scheduled task automations for my staff. The tasks I have set are going to bottom of the list rather than the top. I'm assuming there is a way I can set a command so that they appear at the top of the list? (i can see this under due date but not scheduled) Thank you!

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Christl_Email for Trello
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Nov 03, 2023 • edited

Hi @Laura Gunn 👋

Like Rasmus mentioned, you can use automation to sort the cards based on whichever trigger you prefer - e.g. due date, when a member joins a card, when a card is created in a certain list etc. 

You can sort in a scheduled automation too - see the example in this screenshot.  

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So it really depends on how and when you want to sort the cards, but it is possible :) 

Hope that helps!

Not too much to go on here but in most automation action you can specify position of a moved/created Card


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