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Automation of assigning a assignee to a story (task) related to a specific epic

In our Jira software project, most of the stories (tasks) relate to one or another epic.

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I have to set up automation in such a way that, for example, developer A is automatically assigned as a assignee for tasks from Epic "ABS", and developer B is automatically assigned as a assignee for tasks from Epic "DEF"
In stories (tasks) in our project, the epic is visible on the task properties panel as a link.

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Which second step should I choose for this automation?

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Ravi Sagar Community Leader May 02, 2021

Hi @Vladimir Matveev 

Try to use a branch rule with type: "Stories (or other issues in Epic)". This should give you all those issues.

If you want to use the epic link then try this in the JQL.

"Epic Link" = {{issue}}

I hope it helps.

Ravi

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Ismael Jimoh Community Leader May 02, 2021

Hi @Vladimir Matveev 

Add an If-Else condition and in there, add a JQL search check the value of you the Epic Link based on this, set the assignee.

Cheers.

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader May 08, 2021

Hi @Vladimir Matveev

if I understood everything right the following rule should get you started - in case I was misinterpreting something or missing, please let us here know.

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It was tested and works. For one Epic with assignee user1 it also assigned the story (when Epic Link was correct entered) to user2, the same with a different Epic assigned to user2 - a newly created story was assigned to user2.

Regards,
Daniel

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