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I have the following case scenario that i'm fighting with.
When I create a parent issue (e.g. user story) I populate a field called "Team".
Once the parent issue is created, subtasks are then created. Each sub-task needs to inherit the team field value from the parent.
The reason I need it is because we are using one board for two different teams. Each team has it's own swimlane. So I want the subtasks of the parent story to appear in the same swimlane.
I would be great if you help with the automation of this.
Yes this is certainly possible. Have you attempted an automation rule as yet? It would look something like below.
Hi @Iavor Zayn
Is it a custom field called Team, or is it the Jira built-in Team field?
If it's the Jira built-in Team field, we ran into a problem with this situation because apparently Jira doesn't allow you to assign Team values to sub-issues - Jira "knows" that all sub-issues belong to the Team assigned to the parent. We went back to our custom Team field when we found out about this the hard way.