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I am trying to make JIRA Automation add to current "Sprint" when I create an Issue without me having to actually do it for each issue created

  • I have added a trigger that looks for field change in "Sprint"
  • Added a Re-Fetch Issue Data
  • Now I am stuck on JQL Query for adding it to current "Sprint"

any suggestions or solutions? 

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Hi @Bruno Sergio Pongetti Goldemberg,

Have a look at this related question - the approach is a bit different as how you are trying to set this up, but it might be a better fit to what you are trying to do.

Essentially, when you create an issue, assigning it to the currently active sprint is an available action.

Hope this helps! 

Thank you so much Mr. Walter Buggenhout

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