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Yvan Martin Atlassian Team Jun 15, 2022

Hi there,

Developer from Automation here.

The problem you are running into is the conditions & actions you are using require an issue to be provided. A scheduled trigger without something like JQL to select particular issues has no issue in context to run those actions against, to get this to work you'll need to select "Run a JQL search and execute actions for each issue in the query." then come up with a particular search that returns issues.

Once your scheduled rule is actually finding issues to execute on then you can have actions and conditions related to that issue. Without that you are limited to actions and conditions that don't require a particular issue to exist such as log action, send webhook, etc.

If you require are still having issues then you can get in contact with support here:


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