I want to create a report using Butler to present the board data daily like this:
Card1: Checklist1-1: Checklist_item1-1-1 (Due_Date)
Card1: Checklist1-1: Checklist_item1-1-2 (Due_Date)
Card1: Checklist1-2: Checklist_item1-2-1 (Due_Date)
Card2: Checklist2-1: Checklist_item2-1-1 (Due_Date)
Card2: Checklist2-1: Checklist_item2-1-2 (Due_Date)
Card1: Checklist1-1: Checklist_item1-1-3 (Due_Date)
Card2: Checklist2-2: Checklist_item2-2-2 (Due_Date)
Card3: Checklist3-2: Checklist_item3-2-2 (Due_Date)
Because our team's wokflow is that considering a card as a project, and assigning a card to multiple members involved in this project, then breakdown the project task into checklists, and further into the checklist items, then assigning these items to each project members.
The workflow structure is like this: Projects(Cards)>Main Tasks(Checklists)>Sub Tasks(Checklist items).
The project manager want to know the accountabilities for each member in each project and due dates of each sub tasks, how to achieve the purpose by using Butler to present a report daily?
Thank you for helping.
I am afraid as long as you need to group by Member or go into checklist item and due which is only available with Advanced Checklist, you probably need to look for alternatives. Not difficult program wise. Add me to a test board even as an observer, I can write a test program as a proof of concept.
Based on documentation for variables https://help.trello.com/article/1157-variables
and Butler options to create report variables including pattern construction, I don't think it is doable at this point.
There may be a power up for this. Take a look at Planyway.
Your other alternative is to use API or simply get your manager on the board.
If this is business critical do contact me directly (see my profile)
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