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I have in Confluence a Tasklist.
Behind every task I set the "/ActionItem" with a Assignee (me) and a Due Date.
I can see this two tasks in my Confluence-Home.
When the Task become due, i want that confluence automatically creates a Jira Issue with this Task and assign this Jira Issue to me.
Is this possible? How can i manage that?
I may have spoken prematurely. There is a way that you could create tasks for tasks that are incomplete, but it wouldn't be triggered at the time of the task breaching, there is no trigger for that.
Instead, you'd need to write a scheduled rule that branches on incomplete tasks which are past due and then creates a new Jira issue from them.
The issue with this is that if a user does not complete their task before the rule runs again, a second issue would be created to remind them.
Check out this video for information on doing altering and you could tweak it if you'd rather create Jira tasks.