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Allow "Sprint Started" trigger to all projects(Global)

Currently Sprint Created, Started and Completed triggers are only applicable to a board/project.

Is there a way to define this rule Global so that it can be applied to all projects 

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no.

The sprint actions have to be applicable to boards - sprints are not project artefacts, they are board artefacts. 

You can't start a sprint for a project that is not included in a board - there isn't a sprint there to start!

We have 300+ projects, If you want to send an email using automation on Sprint started, created and updated that will be 900 rules. If you have an option define it as a global rule that will be 3 rules.

That is the reason i was looking for an option to make it Global.

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And yet the scope of the rule itself is still based on "Projects".

 

Totally agree with Venkat - there needs to be an option to have this trigger run "Globally".  At a minimum, we should be allowed to select multiple boards in the rule we are creating.  Restricting the rule to only run on 1 board does mean we need to create a new rule for each board, which is a ton of overhead.  

 

*Edit - while I see Venkat tagged this for data-center, I'm using Cloud and am running into the same limitation. 

@Venkat Bompally - I checked open tickets w/Atlassian and didn't see this as an existing request, so I logged a ticket.  In case you'd like to watch/vote, here is the link :) 
https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-23487 

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