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Rules with specific date and day of the week

Hello Atlassian team!

I hope you are well,

I am taking my first steps in Jira automations and I had the following query:

Can I define actions to be executed at a specific time of a day of the week?

I have created the following rule, which I would like for example to be executed on Saturdays. Is it possible to define range of hours and dates?

Thank you very much!

JQL: updated >= startOfDay(8h) AND updated <= startOfDay(11h)


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Darryl Lee
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Sep 20, 2022

Hi @Alexandra O - yes, you can set rules to run at a certain time/day of the week by using a Scheduled Trigger:

I was going to give you a Cron expression, but when I went to confirm it, I see there's a new interface that doesn't require you to learn the syntax, which is... great!

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