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Email notifications for inactive users
I need to send an automated emailer to jira users who have not accessed jira for more than 7 days.
User name Ramesh has invited on 17/06/2022 and he had not yet login/use jira tool for more than 7 days i.e. till 23/06/2022, then auto mail should be trigger from jira to Ramesh stating that, "You have not used/login Jira from last 7 days, Please use Jira tool on regular basis."
You'll need to get one of the scripting/automation tools to do this.
But I wouldn't bother, an email reminder of what people are supposed to be doing as part of their work is pointless. If they're not using Jira, it's probably because they don't need to. An email isn't going to change that. "Use tool X on a regular basis" is micro-management and pointless noise. "Tool X is the one thing you should be using to get stuff done" should be baked into their job, and "using it regularly" would then come naturally.
I disagree whole-heartedly with the belief user notifications as being a fruitless or "pointless" attempt to create a strong community of Jira users. After all, providing teams with the tools they need to produce a successful end result this version and the next is the whole reason Jira and Jira Admins exist. Disable every user without warning and what do you have left to work with even if they were still willing.
We all have policies to follow and people to answer to; the last situation you'd want to explain to leadership is how your failure to dig deeper for a solution caused downtime or wasted funds, even more so if the whole debacle could have been avoided with a simple automation.)
I am familiar with several Admins who feel like a large majority of their career can be summed up to being nothing more than software scrooge. Having an automated way to alert users susceptible to deactivation due to an unavoidable corporate waste management policy is ABSOLUTELY brilliant when compared to the alternative sneak attack, "Presto Chang-O and Your Access Disappeared!" approach or aforementioned software scrooge career path.