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Looking up Project Leads based on Automation checks

We have a Risk and Issue management project setup, together with distinct Jira projects per workstream working across a large programme. 

 

We use a multi-select custom field (because the Project Picker field type is single-select only) in the RAID project to flag workstreams impacted by a risk or issue by the ticket, and want to add the currently configured project lead as a watcher based on the Automation script looking up the value in Jira dynamically. I've currently got a work around in place by manually triggering a number of branches where the condition checks for the presence of a workstream and adds a static watcher, but would like to replace this.

I can't work out how to use smartvalues (or something else) to do this - presumably the logic would need to have the action as "Then: Add watchers = current project lead of <PROJECT>" but I'd still have as many branches and checks as we have workstreams. 

Any thoughts on the most elegant way to achieve this? 

 

 

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John Funk Community Leader Jan 24, 2023

Hi Kit,

Try using the smart value {{issue.project.lead}}

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