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Auto Update Project based on Subtask

su.liang
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September 6, 2023

Dear Community, we are currently using a list with "Epic-Project-Subtask" issue type hierarchy, and we want a view to see the projects with updates in last week.

When I update a subtask, the updated field for it will automatically change, but the field for its parent project does not change accordingly. Is there a way to auto update it? Or any other method to achieve my goal? Many thanks in advance. 

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Mohanraj Thangamuthu
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September 6, 2023

Hello, Good day. You can create an automation rule to update (like adding a comment or update a field field) when sub-task is updated. This should help get the updated date for parent issue as well.

su.liang
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September 7, 2023

I was thinking about just updating the Updated field with no other changes, but I guess this will do, thank :) 

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