I want to add a comment to my Support tickets went it is in a particular status (like Escalated) for 5 days then 10 days and then 20 days.
I have tried using 'AND NOT status changed after -5d', 'AND NOT status changed after -10d' and 'AND NOT status changed after -20d' via the JQL condition but get this in the audit log when the rule is run. (Please note TID-1 & TID-2 are the actually ticket ids where it should have added a comment)
The following issues did not match the condition:
the issue didn't match the specified JQL (most likely)
the chosen rule actor doesn't have permissions (or issue security level permissions) to view the issue
the issue was deleted or wasn't indexed by Jira yet (in rare circumstances)
We recommend using the 'Issue fields condition' for more consistent results.
Please note that TID-1 & TID-2 are the actual ticket ids where the automation should have added a comment. It can identify them but isn't adding the comment.
If any one can suggest a way around may be with "Advanced compare condition" they can share.
Thanks in advance.
You would need to create an Automation with Scheduled Trigger and Check the issues created for last Z number of days.
Along with that add the Condition
Once this is done, you will need a single select field to keep track of the notification sent for each ticket in a custom field and update it respectively.
Configure the same for other number of days as well
Let me know if you have any queries
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