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Automate check of release out of date

Hello all,

I am trying to find a way to check if there is any JIRA project Release out of date.


My interest is to check it once a week (Friday), and send an email with the out of date releases information.


I am trying it using Jira Automation, but although I have found a way to automate the sending of an email when a release is updated, I cannot see how to check it without any release change (periodic check).


Any idea how to do that, if possible?


Thank you,



1 answer

Hi Richard,

Can you please explain what you mean by "Jira Project Release Out of date"? Are you referring to the release components dates?

Hello Fabian,

we are using JIRA releases (in some other parts of JIRA they are called Fix Versions)


We want to send an email to SM when Release date of any of the Unreleased releases is out of date.

First you need to get a JQL for the issues that are passed the date.  I'm assuming you want anything past today's date:

JQL -> duedate<now()  (you will have to get the name of your custom field)

Then create the following automation:

- It's a scheduled rule that runs At 09:00:00am, on every Friday, every month (use this link to convert the cron:

- It will send it to the assignee, but you can modify the content as you please.  






Hello Fabian,

thank you for your answer.


In JIRA "Release"="Fix Version"


The problem is that JQL query I do not check "Releases" Release Date

JQL  query only get Issue, Epic, bug... but not "Releases".


So this solution do not solve what I need to do.


Any other idea, how to do that?

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