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Mar 20, 2023

Hi ,

How can I get notification when my release is due in 1 or 2 days?

Can I do some automation with release date? I would like :

1. To get an email notification on last or second last day of my release.

2. Auto-Release when the due date is past . Currently




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Olha Yevdokymova_SaaSJet
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Mar 20, 2023 • edited Mar 21, 2023

Hello, akash_zutshi

You can use Jira Automation to set up a rule that sends an email notification to you when the release is due in 1 or 2 days. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Go to your Jira project and click on the “Settings” button.
  2. Click on “System” and then “Automation”.
  3. Click on “Create rule” and then select “Scheduled rule”.
  4. Set the rule to run every day.
  5. Add a condition to check if the due date is in 1 or 2 days.
  6. Add an action to send an email notification to you.
  7. Add another condition to check if the due date is past.
  8. Add an action to automatically release the issue.

My team is also developed solution for automation reminders to avoid this steps- Boomerang: Reminders for Jira Issues. You can use this add-on to set reminders for your Jira issues. You can add a new reminder to any issue from your account by opening any issue view and selecting the Boomerang menu. With a simple and intuitive interface you can then set the reminder to send an email or slack notifications linked to release dates. Additionally you can add custom text to your reminders, which can simplify the reminder detection process.


You can also set up a rule to automatically release the issue when the due date is past. You can add a condition to check if the due date is past and an action to automatically release the issue in Jira Automation.

Let me know if you need any further assistance.

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