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checking off checklist items that are each linked cards

Good afternoon,


I created a rule that when an item is added to check list "Conditions" that i converts it to a linked card.


The parent card will have multiple condition items in the checklist so it may create 8-10 different cards.


I would like to create a button on the child card that would check off the item in the checklist on the parent card.


Any ideas?


Thanks for your time

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Dreamsuite Mike
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May 16, 2023

Hi @Jason knight 

Button rule, "find the first card linked in attachments and check the item "Triggercardlink"

Screenshot 2023-05-16 092118.png


Couple of caveats with this rule:

1) Works best if you only have 1 card linked as an attachment on the child card

2) If the child card is on a different board to the parent, the person who clicks the button  would have to be a member of both.



The alternative is have a done button on the child card, which sets the due date as done, then set up a rule "when the due date is complete on a card, find the first card linked in attachments and check item {triggercardlink}"

awesome. great info, thanks!

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