In Trello, I've got a "Hold until Date" list. These cards have due dates, so all of the data exists such that something could programmatically watch the cards in that list until the due date has passed, and then move the card in question to the "Inbox" list.
Realizing that API programming is off-topic, services like Zapier exist, and even offer the ability to set open-ended HTTP requests. So I'm wondering if what I'm trying to do is possible within the scope of the existing software, and/or what parts might fall outside that scope and be possible with some amount of API programming.
For starters, I've attempted to set up a Zapier trigger that watches cards in a specific Trello list, and can even filter those cards by due date, however, it's unclear if I can set the criteria for that filter relative to the current date. (i.e. Filter when card due date < current date).
In the even that this is not possible within the scope of Zapier's pre-made Trello integration, is this possible within the scope of Zapier's webhook integrations, or does this start to enter the territory of "rolling my own" application server without the use of Zapier at all?