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Is there a way to get an issue board name?

Deleted user Mar 18, 2020


I'm trying to make an automation that need to identify if user has created a task at a specific board of the project, so that i can set the right component in it.

At the automation step I can compare two values using the Advanced compare condition, I tried to find a proper way to do this comparison but I found nothing. 

Can somebody help? Thanks.

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Deleted user Mar 18, 2020

I realized that issues can be displayed at several boards depending by the filter of the board. 
At the point issue was created, it had the component field empty. I solved my problem by doing the automation at the first state change of the issue, if issue moved to a list that changed the state to X, I was able to set the component X.

Hello - Can you please expand your last statement further?  I am trying to accomplish exactly what you have done here but not getting any traction.  I want to automate the linking of the component name(s) to an issue based on the board used to initially create that issue.  Thanks!

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