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how to bring attachements in specific order by type of file

Michael Henkel
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Oct 26, 2023

Hi everybody.


our company uses trello by uploading different types of file, like photos, pdf, excel doc. etc.

trello brings all the files in order by date of upload. 

is there any solution for us to rearange the files by type? for example, first pdf, then photos, 

or maybe some kind of folder structure?


I am looking forward for any helpful answer. 


Thank you

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Oct 26, 2023

@Michael Henkel 

I worked with attachments quite a bit in response to client's enquiry and requirements.

For example, I created a checklist that used by a http request to include the specific attachments, say, in an email. In that specific use case, the checklist will be filtered say by pdf, csv,...etc. Then Trello automation will iterate through the items to send the attachment id to the endpoint.

I have not tried rearrange it. Look at tiny power up - I remember they have some kind of file manager. 

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