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Automation for Jira. Project roles.

I need to sent an email with help of "Automation for Jira" to all users in the project's role “Release Manager”. How can i do this with "smart values" of automation or maybe another way?

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Hi @Maks 

I'm not sure this is possible at this stage; there are suggestions for both these things though:

  • AUT-991 - Ability to send email to all members of a project role
  • AUT-279 - Provide access to users in project roles via smart-values

It might be useful to keep your Release Managers in a multi-select custom field or a group, which can both be used in the "Send email" action.

Ste

Hi, Stephen

Thanks for the help.

This was useful, but I have many projects with different users, who have a project role “Release Manager” and they change quite often, so the option with groups and custom fields is not very suitable for me.

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Feb 02, 2021

Hi Maks,

would it be suitable to do it using "bulk mail" page? I know this is not Automation, however.
Sending to a specific role is possible, though.grafik.png

For Role you could choose a different one - I only have the standard ones.

The page is reachable via:
https://YourSpecificSiteName.atlassian.net/secure/admin/SendBulkMail!default.jspa

Regards,
Daniel

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