To be clear here you don’t use automation specific to a board whether he would use automation for your project. With that said I would schedule an automation to run daily. Then as a condition I would check to see when the issue was last updated greater within one week then the action would be to transition the issue. Now the exact logic here depends on a bit more detail on your exact goal. I would suggest to get into automation play with it a bit and see what you come up with. If you get stuck let us know here on exactly where you’re stuck and we can assist. There is also very good documentation on automation. If you go to support.atlassian.com and search fo “Automation” in the search bar you’ll find that documentation.
I have attempted to create the following:
However, I received the following error message:
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If you look at your rule where it shows the error icon (red exclamation point) and the message, it is telling you that you need something for the scheduled rule to process, such as JQL, because the rule touches issues.
Please try adding the JQL that @Jack suggests to the trigger: rather than putting it in a condition:
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