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Best way to stagger branch environment builds?

Hi all,

I'm running a multi-client application, so I have multiple environments (webapps) that use the same repo/branch. When I run a branch, or on my daily auto branch run, they all begin building at the same time. This often creates build failures, (that's a separate issue, something to do with service principals, I think), but re-deploying each one separately works. I'm still a bit new to Bamboo, but I know a potential solution is to create a timer in the env Tasks script, or better is to create a chain of env Triggers "After Successful Deployment", but I'm hoping there could be a better option.

Any advice? Thanks!

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