We are looking for some FREE plugin to get all incidents which are in Resolved state should auto close after x number of days without running any JQL or script.
Thanks in advance
I don't see any post fucntion which provides auto closure option. below are the list..lemme know which option you referring to.
Assign to Current User - Assigns the issue to the current user if the current user has the 'Assignable User' permission.
Assign to Lead Developer - Assigns the issue to the project/component lead developer.
Assign to Reporter - Assigns the issue to the reporter.
Clear Field Value - Clear value of a given field.
Copy Value From Other Field - Copies the value of one field to another, either within the same issue or from parent to sub-task.
Create Crucible Review Workflow Function - Creates a Crucible review for all unreviewed code for this issue
Create Perforce Job Function - Creates a Perforce Job (if required) after completing the workflow transition.
Notify HipChat - Send a notification to one or more HipChat rooms.
Push To Remote System - Pushes a JIRA issue to a remote system as a new object.
Send for Fix Verification - Sends the associated Applause bug for verification.
Trigger a Webhook - If this post-function is executed, JIRA will post the issue content in JSON format to the URL specified.
Update Issue Custom Field - Updates an issue custom field to a given value.
Update Issue Field - Updates a simple issue field to a given value.
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