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Schedule by ZapierEvery Month
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TrelloCreate Card

Sometimes for yourself or for your team, you want a task in Trello to be repeated each month. This Zapier automation does this for you—adding a Trello card on the day you specify each month so you don't need to schedule it on a calendar or remember it on your own.

How It Works

  1. Pick a day of the month for the Trello card to be created on
  2. Specify the content you want included in the card
  3. Zapier creates the Trello card for you each month

What You Need

  • Trello account with a board ready for your cards to be added to

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Card Updated

Triggers when a Card is updated in Trello.

Create List

Adds a new list on a specific board.

New Notification

Triggers when you get a new notification in Trello.

Create Board

Creates a new board.

New Card

Triggers when a new card is added.

Create Card

Adds a new card on a specific board and list.

New Activity

Triggers when there is activity in Trello.

Create Comment

Writes a new comment on a specific card.

Every Week

Triggers every week, just choose what day of the week.

Add Members to Card

Adds one or more members to a specific card.

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What is Schedule by Zapier?


Schedule is a native Zapier app you can use for recurring tasks. Trigger an action every day of the month, every day of the week or every single day. You can also select the hour of the day. If you're a developer, this is similar to a crontab, cronjob or cron.

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