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I am trying to create a list of feedback issues (e.g. for HR, who needs feedback from all employees hired last month (lets say 5 people)). I run the Jira automation rule from a Feedback-Blueprint-Issue, which is used as base for the employee-feedback issues (summary field and description), to copy the content from. The approach looks as follows:
Run rule from Feedback-Blueprint-Issue (== triggerIssue):
Screenshots for better understanding:
Unfortunately branch within a branch is not possible. Even if you try to add another branch for the Newly Created Issues, JA can't recognize the newly created issues, since they were created on another branch.. bummer.
However, after trial an error I came up with a solution, which may cost you on performance. But we'll get to that! So this is my rule:
The magic component is lookupIssues. This is where you should narrow down your search and try to have as less results as possible.
And then when you create your issue, you simply write the following to the summary:
I've tested it and works like a charm!
Let me know if you got this!
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