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Automation based on issue field End date

Hi all :)

I would like to set up an automated Status change for an issue once it's past it's End date - but I don't really see how to, from the options given in the automation section. Has anyone done this before? 

I have a Atlassian Cloud instance. 


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Gareth Cantrell
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May 02, 2023

Hi @Vilhelmine 

This can be achieved with a rule using the Scheduled trigger. 
You define how often the rule will fire (e.g. once a day) and then specify the issues it will operate on using a JQL query 

Thank you ! That worked ^_^ took me a little time to figure (what I hope is) the right query. Will see tomorrow if it was 

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