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I'm working on a project where I've automated task creation to also include 4 specific sub-tasks but I would like to create a specific template for each of the subtasks.
These sub-tasks will always be the same for new tasks. For example:
Task A will have subtasks 1,2 & 3
Task B will have subtasks 1,2 & 3
And I need Subtask 1 to have a specific template and the same with the other ones. I'm aware I will need some automation to call for those but I'm unsure if I need to set the template up in the Issue Type area or somewhere else.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Hello @Octavian Nistor
What you seek is possible via Jira Automation.
I tested a prototype of the rule, and it just worked fine:
Hope this helps.
For the automation above, the label needs to be manually allocated to the task for which you want the subtasks to be created. If I understand you correctly, you want to create different subtasks (with different description and other fields) for different issues of the issuetype "task". Therefore, you'll need a criterion to distinguish between the different kind of tasks.
Please note: Using the label is just a suggestion, you also could use another criterion which the specific tasks have in common. For example, if they always contain the same summary or description, you could also use this as a condition and don't need to add a label.
Hope this helps for clarifying. Feel free so share your full automation for further assistance. :)