I am struggling understanding how to chain multiple automation rules.
Here my use case :
RULE 1 :
SUBSENQUENT RULES :
First, you may asked : why subsequent rules and not having those in the 1st rule? That's because the fields on which these rules are based are not mandatory. Plus, it was way more flexible in case the value of on the fields that triggers changes afterwards.
The thing is : it doesn't work.
Please HELP :)
Hi @Antoine Claudé-Pénégry -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
If you want two rules to execute one after the other (i.e. you intend the first rule to complete before the second rule starts) try structuring the triggers to do that.
Your second rule is triggered on change to the Epic's assignee, which could certainly occur before the first rule completes. In fact, the opposite could occur too, based on when the rules start!
I suggest pausing to:
One way to do step #3 is to identify the unique condition which confirms the order, such as adding a comment as a final step in the rule. And, pay close attention if your rules contain any branches:
the issue might be because the first rule is executed in the background and does not finish before the next one starts. Have you tried adding the action "Re-fetch issue data" before the branch ?
Let me know if this helps,
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