I'm using Butler automation to create "Sub-tasks" out of checklist items as per this article
As per the screen shot below I have added myself as a member to the sub task of 3 & 4.
I can see the items in "Your items" view (which is good)
However in the issue view I cannot see my avatar
The only way I can see it is if I go to the sub-task and manually add myself as a member to the card.
Anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong here?
@Ash Pitt you're assigning yourself to the checklist item, not to the card. They're separate things. The Butler sub-tasking article you're referring to was written before Advanced Checklists existed, but the assignment of a checklist item doesn't automatically carry through to the linked card.
This Trellinator code would do it:
You can read more about Trellinator here:
Hey @milynnus yep understood.
It's probably the way I'm phrasing the question. I posted the automation for some context - the thing I'm scratching my head about is:
In the task list view I cannot see my avatar or that I am assigned the task.
Even though I had assigned myself in the previous step
So really just wondering if I have set something up incorrectly there and it's related to the butler automation, or if it is by design.
I do not have Business Class now to help you validate. I had a few remaining checklist items with member assigned from my business class testing. When I manually convert the item to card, the member is assigned to the card. I suspect this would be the same if you were to use Butler action to convert item to card.
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