Service Desk has JIRA project assigned to it. You can use JIRA Automation plugin to configure periodic task which accepts JQL as a filter. You can write your JQL to search for issues in Service Desk project which were resolved 10 days ago (or whatever rule you want) and then as an action in the Automation task you created you can close these tickets.
I was able to create an Auto-Close with the Automation plug-in. We chose to create a new status of Pending Closure. We have one rule that finds Issues that haven't been updated in 3 days:
project = "RescueGroups.org Support" AND status = "Waiting for customer" and updatedDate < "-3d"
And adds a comment to the effect of "we're going to close this issue in 48 hours if we don't hear from you" and it changes the Status to Pending Closure.
Then we have a second Automation Rule that looks for Issues in the pending Status and closes them:
project = "RescueGroups.org Support" AND status = "Pending Closure" and updated < "-2d"
We've just started using it, but so far (and in our tests) it's worked fine.
I see the following fields in our JIRA 6.4 automation screen. In Automation 'Add Actions' step Choose Action : Transition Issue Action Workflow Transition : Close Issue (or whatever transition leads to close state in your workflow) Transition Fields : Resolution=... (provided you have screen tied to your closing transition with Resolution on it)
...be more productive while being fun to use at the same time. For some, getting started can be a bit intimidating. This is especially true if Jira Service Desk is your first exposure to Atlassian...
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