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move a card based when device connects to wifi

Hello, is it possible to move a card when I connect to wifi? 

Thank You! 


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Vero Rivas Community Leader Feb 09, 2021

Hi @Matt Geerdes 

   Yes, without problems, if you ask for the application when you are logged in with the same user, what you move in the application, it will be reflected in the desktop application

   I hope I solve your doubt


Hello Vero, I do not understand your answer, do you have an example? Thank You! Matt

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Vero Rivas Community Leader Feb 09, 2021

I have assumed that you mean to move a card with the trello application from your mobile and when you have wifi to use the application, it is correct, but what do you mean?

I'd like to auto move a card from one list to another when my phone connects to my wifi network.

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Iain Dooley Community Leader Feb 09, 2021

@Matt Geerdes if you have an iPhone you can do this using a Siri automation + Butler. You can have a Siri automation run when you connect to a particular wifi network, and you can trigger that to create a card with a particular name in a particular list. You can then use Butler to trigger when that card with that name is created in that list and move the card you want to move (and archive the trigger card to tidy up) 

Hello Iain!  How does the Siri automation trigger the card in Trello?  Thank You! Matt

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