Referencing lists by positions instead of names
In most Butler commands that refer to a list, you can reference the list by its position on a board instead of a name.
To reference the list by its position, type #N as the name of the list, where N is a number (#1, #2, #3, and so on). For example, you can create the following Board Button command to add a new "Team meeting" card to the first list on the board:
every monday, create a new card with title "Monday meeting" in list "#1"
If the number N is higher than the number of lists on the board, Butler will create a new list to complete the command. The name of the list will be #N. For example, if the board has three lists, every Monday the following Calendar command will create a new list called "#4" with the "Monday meeting" card on it.
every monday, create a new card with title "Monday meeting" in list "#4"
Note: If a list actually named #N is present on the board (like #4 from the example above), Butler will use that list regardless of its position.