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i have a question about the jira automation when i am trying to sum the estimation from subtask to user story/task, and user story/task tp epic.
now, for the first step, subtask -> user story/ task. it works well. as below
but when i try to sum the user story/task to epic with the following automation rule,
it doesn't work, i was told no action performed when i checked the audit log. could you help me?
and what i want is when i update the "Estimated Mandays" of one subtask, the parent user story/ task, and epic all updated as well
Hi @Michael WANG, I might suggest you branch by lookup using Advanced Branching instead. Example:
The For Each: Smart value will look something like this:
This will iterate all issues found and for each iteration set the current issue into the variable name currentIssue. Then you can use currentIssue as a smart value to set the the field using this syntax:
Hi @Michael WANG, to help me with further investigation can you please add two Log actions to your rule, and place them where the arrows points according to this image?
The first log action (red arrow) should look like this:
The second log action (green arrow) should look like this:
Execute the rule once more and afterwards submit two images here in a comment: