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butler: "set due the next week on sunday" sets due on Sunday of the same week

When I schedule automated commands and use "set due the next week on sunday" it acts as if the week ended on Saturday (the due date sets to Sunday of the same week), even though in the calendar I have it set that Monday is the first day of the week.

How to fix that?

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Riley Madden Atlassian Team Dec 14, 2022

Hi Zuzanna,

Thanks for reaching out! Our team is aware of this behavior and we're currently working towards improving it so that it works as you would expect it to.

In the meantime, if you're creating a Butler rule (as opposed to a button), you can add the extra line 'move the due date by 7 days' at the end, and it will shift the date out by a week. In the end, the line should look something like this:

 

when a card is added to list "TODO", set due date the next week on sunday, and move the due date by 7 days 

Hoping this helps!

Cheers,

Riley

Thanks for the tip! :D

Well, I tried the solution you suggested, but it unfortunately doesn't work with scheduled commands :(

It looks like I'll be waiting for the fix.

Thanks for the info anyway :)

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