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Notification when the number of tasks in the status is exceeded

Dear community, help with notification. If the question has already been asked, I'm sorry, I couldn't find it.


A task:

If there are more than 5 tasks in the status, then send a notification.

I tried to do it in such a way as in the screenshots, but in such cases the notification always comes when the status changes.

What am I doing wrong?
Thank you very much in advance


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Stefan Salzl Community Leader Mar 04, 2022

Hi @Evgeniy S_ ,

the used advanced compare condition is not designed to add a JQL as compare value.

What comes to my mind would be to add a lookupissues action and compare the size of the result.

Hope this helps.


@Stefan Salzl 


Thanks, I was able to solve the problem through lookupissues.🎉

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