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I created an automation to create a set up standard subtasks every time an issue in a specific project is created. This works very well but there are 40 subtasks and I would like to break it down more by having the main issue with 5 linked issues that have their own set of subtasks. I've tried using branching but I cannot nest them. Is there another way to accomplish what I am trying.
@W Abood unfortunately Jira does not allow you to create subtasks under subtasks, so you'll have to use a different issue type for the 1 main and 5 linked. You may be doing this already, it's not very clear.
For creating the appropriate nesting, you'll have to perform multiple automations that are dependent on the first. Example: 1 Epic > 5 Stories > 34 sub-tasks. You'll need to build automation something like this:
This will create the appropriate nesting while keeping all of the creation in automation.
Hi @W Abood
With that many subtasks to create, you have a couple of options...
For the first method, try using branches to the most-recently-created issue, like this: