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Highlight items passed the due date in Kanban board

Paula Barrera
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May 08, 2023

Is there a way to highlight items in the Kanban board that haven't been solved by the end date on the Jira story? 

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Mark Segall
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May 08, 2023 • edited

Hi @Paula Barrera and welcome to the community!

You have a couple options:

  1. Use card color functionality based upon JQL
    1. "End Date" < startOfDay()
  2. Use automation to flag the issue which will provide the native visual indicator


If you're going with option 2, it would look something like this:

  • TRIGGER: Scheduled (Daily)
    • s"End Date" < startOfDay() AND flagged IS EMPTY AND resolved IS EMPTY
  • ACTION: Edit Issue (Flagged)
    • Impediment

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