Is it possible to create a scheduled issue that executes every 90 days? I know how to specify the months explicitly (e.g. `0 0 0 1 Jan,Apr,Jul,Oct ?`), but with this approach it could be more or less than 90 days before the next execution depending on the months.
Hi, It comes from a third-party app, I can't remember from which exactly. I guess you should click on the Advanced tab to provide a CRON expression.
If you need an easy-to-use the scheduled template feature, I'd recommend testing the Scheduled Templates app. It's super-easy.
I am using the Automation for JIRA feature which is free in the JIRA Cloud Standard plan. You can access it through Project Settings. Here's a link to the home page for the documentation of the feature.
It looks like you are using a third party app for this. Which one is it?
We don't have any extra apps for scheduling issue creation, so I won't be able to experiment to find a proven solution for your third party app. But if I know which one it is maybe I can figure it out from that vendor's documentation.
In our Scheuler you can just use interval triggers instead of the cron expressions. Here is example form the Cloud version of the app
Then you just simply use 90 days interval:
If you are interested in some advanced cron expressions here we gathered some useful examples from community: Advanced Cron Expressions Examples
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