Automated Classic Trello Boards – Basic Setup
€ 16,81 (incl. VAT)
How can you build an Automated Classic Trello Board – quick & easy?
With this Workflow Kit, for instance! It contains pre-created and tested commands for a board setup with 3 lists: ‘To Do‘, ‘Doing‘, ‘Done‘. The commands are to be set up with the Butler Power-Up.
These features are included:
- Moving cards between lists,
- Sorting cards,
- Handling urgent tasks,
- Dealing with overdue tasks,
- Archiving cards.
As a long-time user of Trello, I always had the feeling there is something missing.
I loved this tool for its simplicity, its flexibility, its adaptability. But I was longing to be able to create automations and workflows that fit my personal working style. Now, things have changed and I was able to find a tool that helps me to create workflows – and lets me help others to create the same for others!
This Workflow Kit for Automated Classic Trello Boards – Basic Setup is a bunch of hand-picked and tested workflow commands that are easily to set up with the Butler Power-Up. They are designed for the classic Trello board setup with 3 lists: “To Do”, “Doing”, “Done”.
To implement these workflows, you will have to enable the Butler Power-Up in a Trello board. The workflows compiled in this Automated Classic Trello Boards – Basic Setup are aimed to automatically:
- move cards between lists (‘To Do’ ➩ ‘Done’ & ‘Doing’ ➩ ‘Done‘)
- sort cards
- respond to changing due dates
- signal overdue cards
- periodically clean up the board by archiving cards (in an either daily or weekly rhythm)
These workflows are meant to alleviate avid Trello users from the pains of self-organization and the hundreds of tedious manual clicks that inevitably come up when multiple Trello boards need to be handled. This Workflow Kit Automated Classic Trello Boards – Basic Setup can be implemented in as many Trello boards as you want. You can also adjust the commands and expand them to your working style.
Move Cards Automatically Between Lists
Push Due Cards to the Top of The List
Notification for Overdue Cards
Sort Cards on Schedule (e.g., by Due Date)
Archive Completed Cards Regularly
If you would like to learn how to set up meaningful workflows, I highly recommend to check out my online course for the Butler Power-Up, that teaches you in 26 tasks how to create the most fascinating and time-saving Trello workflows. You not only get a feeling of what is there you can do by implementing workflows in Trello. The course is also designed to keep your learning curve manageable and provides a safe learning environment.