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I am trying to create an automation using advance compare conditions.
I am in an If statement and currently my first value is:
Condition is: less than
Second value: 1801
So essentially want is if the developer logs a time track of 30 minutes or less then something should happen, that something is changing another issue filed called "actual user story" which should be changed to 1.
The if tree checks for multiple of these conditions to assigned different story points based on a time estimate.
For some reason this is not working for me, when I add time to my track time nothing happens. Help please.
Hi @Rafael Castillo ,
If Story Points were meant to predict the time it may take to complete a given issue, maybe it would be better to use the Time Estimate field instead (included in the Time Tracking set of fields). That way you can go one step further and easily see which issues took more time to complete than originally estimated with this simple query:
workratio > 100
Anyways, assuming you had conveyed that 1 Story Point = 30 minutes and that the Actual User Story Points field were of number type, then you could set a rule like this one:
(Please, substitute the Story Points field with your Actual User Story Points field in this rule)
Hope it helps.
Hi @Rafael Castillo , if you share a screenshot of your actual automation rule I will see if I can assist. Also could you tell me what the audit log is indicating when the rule is triggered? I'm trying to understand where the rule is exiting.