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Okay here is a big ask everyone. What I am looking to complete is the following:
Either I script this myself which is possible (More work more hours)
does anyone know this solution?
I want to create a timer for Jira. Say in our work management dealing with leads specifically I want so when a lead is going into a proposal and proposal is accepted an email needs to be created. Transitioning from Approval --- > email drafting ---> email sent My transition being email drafting. I want to collect the data from approval to email sent to say like (30 minutes)
I can manually put this in and even in other workflow programs such as monday has timers.
So you want an email to go out 30 minutes after that proposal changed to the 'Approved' state?
You could create 1 job to set a property on the issue when it transitions to Approved, that stores the current time, or current time + 30 min.
Then create a Scheduled job running every 5 minutes to check issues where that property is not empty, and then create & fire off the email, then clear the property. It's not exactly 30 min, but it would be 30-35.
Also, you can add your vote to this feature request: AUTO-238 Support for delay / pause / wait step in automation rule executions