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I've set up my jira project as such:
I'd like to set an automation that adjusts the start and due date of all dependent tasks based on the due date of a trigger task. For example:
Is this possible to automate, and if so, what's the best way to do it? Is a paid app needed? I've tried using auto-schedule in advanced roadmaps, or playing around with automation and smart values, to no avail. Any guidance in this matter is appreciated!
Hi @Hyqel Helmy -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
You can do this with automation for Jira rules, and can find solutions others have used by searching for automation synchronization examples in posts in this community forum.
Please note that your use cause is similar to others, but not an exact match. I suggest reviewing these docs and the template library for ideas, and then creating your rule based on your needs:
Here is a related example rule for synching parent child fields:
If you have problems with your rule, please post an image of your rule and the audit log and the community will try to help.
I do not know of specific open suggestions for this, so you may want to make one which addresses your needs.
However I do remember seeing a post from the roadmap team about a code-a-thon experiment to allow dynamically shifting those dates based upon a dependent issue change from the roadmap. They were considering adding a suggestion for that to assess interest.