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You can use the "Branch Rule" for the current task and create as needed subtask, some already ready.

You need just create the configurations you need for subtasks.


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If you are have the permissions to create automation rules, you can create rules to do this.
The automation have some functions
- triggers (what will have started the automation) (color green)
- conditions (what you will need comparated with another values) (color yellow)
- actions (what you need to do (set values, create issues, etc)(color blue)

The branch rules (color purple), will act like actions, you can create events basead on branchs.

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