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I want to setup complaint management workflow for our internal teams

We are a pharmaceutical company having 350+ employees, and getting work done by internal departments takes time in generating requests and following them later.

Is there any solution available in JIRA using which we can set up a workflow where predefined request templates will be available?

Once a request is created it will automatically be assigned to the respective department and the recipient will get acknowledgment on receiving a request. 

Requests can be assigned on a priority basis and once resolved move to do.

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Rachel Wright Community Leader Dec 29, 2022

Hi @Kiran Ghuge and welcome to the community!

Yes, if I understand your question correctly, you can create a custom issue type (in Jira) and a custom request type (in JSM) to determine a specific set of fields to make a "template" for the user to complete. There's also a "Forms" function in Jira Cloud to take a look out, but I'd try the other route first.

Next, an easy way to automatically assign issues/requests to the proper department would be to use the "Components" feature. Enter each department as it's own component at: Project Settings > Components. Then select one person from each department and make them the "Component Lead". When new issues are created, they will automatically be assigned to the component lead and the assignee will receive an email (assuming that's setup in the project's notification scheme.)

You also mentioned assigning by priority. You could use the same component routing strategy above but I think a better idea is to use Jira's built-in automation features. There's already a standard, global "Priority" field, so you might as well use it!

Simply create an automation rule like:

  • Trigger: Issue created
  • Condition: Issue fields (Ex: Priority = Highest)
  • Action: Edit issue fields (Ex: Assignee field = specific user)

Here's how that rule might look:


Hope this helps!

Rachel Wright
Author, Jira Strategy Admin Workbook

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