Any way to set an automation across an entire account?

We’re aware of automations and use them but they are only board by board.

Is there any way of setting an automation to operate on every board in the account?

For example, we use the automation for “Status=Done then Archive a pulse” but we want it to apply for every board, always, rather than having to set it every time we create a new board.

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Great idea! Maybe also a way to set an automation and choose what boards it applies to. Obviously happy with an all or nothing to start though.

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Maybe also a way to set an automation and choose what boards it applies to.

Excellent idea. +1 :+1:t2:

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Yes this would be awesome!

While it doesn’t technically solve your problem, we have been using templates with all the automations we need built in to it. Then when we create a new board from the template, it’s ready to go! Something to think about. But certainly system-wide automations could be useful as well!

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I have done the same thing. Built a template that has everything I need on it. The only problem is if you find something that you need across all of those already built templates, it doesn’t push out that change to all those boards you already created. This would be nice to have also.

The only problem is if you find something that you need across all of those already built templates, it doesn’t push out that change to all those boards you already created.

Precisely. That’s the root of the issue here.

Like others here, we also set up template boards with automations built in. However, when we later add another automation, we have to separately add those new automations to all existing boards individually.

That’s a tedious and unnecessary step when Monday could offer 1) a global checkbox to apply to all boards in the account or b) checkboxes to separately select which Boards do and don’t get the automation.

I’d also like to see an account-wide report in the Automations Center showing which Boards have which automations applied. Even better if we could manage (add/deactivate/delete) automations applied to boards within the Automations Center via checkboxes.

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