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Is there a way to find out the user updated the issue is from a certain Group or not ?

want to check if we can send data through webhooks when updated by a certain group only.

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Jack Brickey
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Nov 09, 2022

Hi @Prajwal Ashok Nagrale ,

I am currently playing around with this to see if it possible. I haven't yet gotten the syntax right. With that said, as I have other things to work on today, I want to share my thoughts in hopes that it points you towards a possible solution. Maybe you can figure it out before I get back to it. 

My thoughts are to set up a automation role that basically looks like this...

Trigger - issue updated

condition - if {{initiator}} is a memberof("your group")

action - whatever you need


if I am off base on your needs please let me know.

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