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Which Butler rule was run?

I can see that something is moving a card from one column to another.  I think there might be an error in one of my rules.  But when reviewing each rule individually, I cannot see it.

I look in the Butler usage log, and I can see it is "running command".  How do I know which rule it is firing so that I can dig deeper?

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Theodoro Reato
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 10, 2022

Hi Angela,

You can check your card's detail, you're going to see who moved the card, with this you can understand if the rule was made by you or another coworker. Then based on the hour you can check scheduled commands if that doesn't show you the rule. Unfortunately, you need to check all the rules and understand which one is moving the card.

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