For one of our collaboration program we are looking in Jira Agile workflow management
I have two issues needs expert advice/assistance
We will be sending an artifact (issue, epic, etc...) to a user defined group, that specifics group
should review the artifact (with review comments compulsory) and exercise their vote in YES/NO fashion to proceed with further work flow.
So if there is any way we can customize the voting pattern please do let us know, other suggestions are also welcome on the same.
Continuing the above scenario, if any one of the member of that user defined group doesn't exercise the voting YES/NO fashion after a specific period of time ( can be days/ hours...etc.. )
The system should allow to send an automated mail to another specific group (user defined)
with information consist of list of users who were not voted on an artifact (issue, epic, story etc..).
Kindly let us know the possibility of customizing automating the mailer part of this scenario.
Thanks for your valuable support in advance.
Ok, well, the short answer is that there simply is no way to do this in Jira without a little bit of coding. Issue trackers generally work on the (rather sensible) principle that one person is responsible for an issue at any time and they hand it to other people and/or move it through the workflow as appropriate.
If you want to solve this in exactly the way you specify, then I think you probably need to write a field that can capture all the voting, with the users and then some more coding to provide reporting on it.
However, with a bit of minimal coding, you can get close:
If by "hosted", you mean Atlassian's OnDemand, then no. Only custom "Connect" stuff can be added to that and I don't think that supports the level of customisation you need here.
You might need to host this stuff yourself, or find an Atlassian Expert partner firm that does do hosting in a way that lets you install what you want.
(In the interests of fairness, I work for one such expert, so I'm in no place to make specific recommendations, although my lot are, of course, great ;-) . You should talk to a range of them to work out who suits you best)
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