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I want epic statuses to be updated automatically reflecting the status of its children issues.so there will be no need for manual updates of issues that do not appear as cards on the boards.
I tried the above attached rule and it is success but I could not find any changes in my Epic parent.
1.When all the tasks are move to "TEST" then epic status move to "Test"
2. When all the task moves to Closed with resolution "Done" then epic status move to "Done"
3. When the first task is moved to "Inprogress" or "Test" or closed with resolution done, the epic status move to inprogress.
I tried the following automation rule but it is not working for Epic Parent.
When: Issue transitioned
For : Epic( Parent)
Hi @John Funk
By following your example, I would like to create the below rule.but it is not working.
Details:- I want epic status to be updated automatically reflecting the status of epic children issues.
1.When the first task is moved from open to todo , then epic status move to "TODO"
2. When all the tasks are move to close then epic move to closed and epic status move to Done
Hi @John Funk
I was looking for a way to create a similar automation when I came across this question and your answer, I'd appreciate your help.
I'm trying to automate an Epic status change when only one on the child issues have changed.
For example, I have a Story which is a child issue of an Epic, when the Story changes to "In Progress" so will the Epic Status.
I tried to follow the rule you suggested with some adjustments, when I test it, it didn't work.
Here is the rule: