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I have a rule (see image right below), it listens to whether current stories in my epic are transitioned to Done, and if all of them are done, it spawns some subtasks.
❗ THE PROBLEM:
If I transition its current tasks done within a few seconds of each other, it triggers this rule twice (which it shouldn't). But if I transition them i.e. with 10 seconds in-between, then it works fine and doesn't trigger this rule twice.
See rule here:
Moreover, I have another rule which is very identically structured, and that doesn't have the problem. Even if I buld edit all tasks to it as fast as possible, it doesn't trigger twice, see here the rule is basically identical:
I'm thinking either it's a bug or there's some weird little setting somewhere I'm forgetting, but I've now spend hours trying to really read everything single difference trough and can't find any.
Help would be hugely appreciated! :)
Hi @Stef Green
You are describing two different issues, so let's look at them separately: a timing problem and field-set on issue creation.
Field-set on issue creation
@Bill Sheboy thanks so much. Not sure that's what you suggested but at least that's what I got from it and it works. So I seperated the rule into two rules, one that listens for all subtasks being completed and then sets a custom field, and then another rule that just listens on this custom field being changed and is set to "True" on allowing other rules to trigger it.
Thanks a lot!
Yup, that is what I was suggesting, and I am glad that worked.
Sorry my explanation was so long; I was trying to give you some context in case two rules didn't work and you needed to uncover "why".