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When checklist item is completed, comment @the user assigned to the NEXT checklist item

We are looking for a way to notify the user assigned to a checklist item when the prior checklist item has been completed.

I've set up the command below as if the bold variables worked, but they do not (isee image). Any ideas on other variables to achieve this?

when an item is checked in a checklist

post comment:
{nextchecklistitemname}: Ready to start! @{nextchecklistitemusername}

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Hi, @Brittany Cassidy !

As an alternative, you can solve your issue with Business Process Manager.

You can create a Form using the action item 

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After you create a custom template, use a process blocker 

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So, the issue with a will be created when the prior task with a checklist has been completed

Hi Karyna, how would one implement this in Trello?

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milynnus Rising Star Jul 13, 2022

@Brittany Cassidy 

Currently there is no next item variable.  You would need to write you own code using the http request.

Any good resources on how to write one's own code using the http request?

milynnus Rising Star Jul 29, 2022

@Brittany Cassidy 

I learnt from using the api library documentation with help from a wrapper library py-Trello. 

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