Hi, @Yuliia Zhyliaieva !
Looks like automation rule or listener from app(Jira Software doesn't have out-of-box listeners), that works under reporter/assignee/etc.
Check your apps:
Settings => Apps => Manage Apps => User-installed apps
Maybe you have something like Scriptrunner, Automation for Jira, etc.
After that will can check rule's configuration.
I do have automation rules, but can't find any that could trigger this update. Actually I was in a meeting when this happened.
Right now I can go through audit logs of every automation rule I created (over 30). Do you thing there is a any way to find the reason more efficiently?
What app we are talking about? It depends on app - some of them let to filter by project (or look rules throught the current project settings).
In my opinion, it will be faster and more productive to check the configurations (conditions and actions) of the rule than the rule logs.
Advanced Roadmaps use Jira fields (from issues).
When you updating information in Roadmap - it updates issues. It looks like "Actor from Plans updated fields..." in issue history.
Have you updated information in Roadmap "2 hours ago"(like we see on your first question's screen)?
Okey. let's check our first version - Automation rules.
1. Go to issue(where we can see strange edits)
2. Go to "Project settings"
4. Tab "Rules" => "Project rules"
How many rules there?
We should find the rule that have action "Edit issue fields"(with pencin-icon):
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