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How do I find the name of a project without any issues in it?

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Using Jira Automation, I am able to trigger a rule based on a project being created.

I want to use this to send a heads-up email to the admins. I'm having trouble figuring out the smart value for capturing the project name. Normally, I would grab the value from a specific issue using {{issue.project}}, but since a new project doesn't necessarily have any issues I'm not sure how to do this.

 

I'm hoping this is a simple {{project}} or similar.

 

I could potentially run a query to find all projects and then grab the latest, but that seems overly taxing for this rule.

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Hi @Brock Jolet 

 

I think this should work {{project.name}}

 

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Thanks,

Tim

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