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Is it possible to edit the "Team" field through Jira automation?

In the image below, Jira recently added the "Team" field, however, it is not currently supported in Jira Automation. I tried looking for the smart value (thought it could be {{issue.Team}}), but Jira Automation did not seem to accept this JSON object.

Screen Shot 2021-03-26 at 8.39.11 AM.png

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Hi @Connor Skiro 

I do not know if the Team field is supported in automation, but you can try the steps in this how-to article to learn the supported smart values.  Basically you find an example issue and then call the REST API from a browser to list all the JSON contents.  Then look for your data to learn the name.

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/find-the-smart-value-for-a-field/

Once you learn if the field is supported, please post back the answer here.  Thanks!

Best regards,

Bill

Bill, 

You are an absolute genius! Following the link above, I was able to locate the "Team" field in the JSON object (see screenshots 1 and 2).

Screen Shot 1.pngScreen Shot 2.png

To validate that the field was supported, I created a rule to manually log the output when an issue was edited and received a successful response (see screenshot 3)

Screen Shot 3.png

 

Lastly, as a quick proof of concept for the use case, I was able to update the "Team" field when the Component field was updated (see screenshot 4).

Screen Shot 4.png

Thanks again for your help, Bill! I greatly appreciate it.

Best,

Connor

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Awesome!  I am glad you found the field and were able to update it.

Please consider marking this question as answered; that will help others with the same question find solutions faster.

Best regards,
Bill

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