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If one task is blocked by another (i.e. dependency exists), most project management tools cause the dependent tasks to push if the blocking task changes.
For example, initially Task 2 (Start 5/5, End: 5/7) is blocked by Task 1 (Start 5/2, End 5/4)
If I then push the end date of Task 1 to 5/8, I would expect the Start date of Task 2 to automatically move to 5/9. Is there a way to do that in Jira?
Yes, but you'd need Automation to help you do this.
What's available depends on your hosting type:
For DC/Server, you could use the Automation app from the Marketplace - for DC use it as a free trial until it becomes native - or use a different automation app, such as Scriptrunner
Assuming you have access to standard Automation - this is how you could do it:
You can customise the rule as needed around other fields, etc.
Note: If the Issues can be in multiple Jira Projects:
Let us know if this helps, or if you need any specific help with setting up the rule!
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