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Is it possible to change subsequent task timeline automatically?

I would like to know whether below No.4 is possible or not in JIRA timeline.

1, Create 2 tasks. 1st task is to create document, 2nd task is to review it.

2, Create dependency between 2 tasks.(1st task -> 2nd task)

3, We realize that we cannot complete 1st task as planned and extend 1st task schedule duration.

4, Jira change 2nd task(review) schedule automatically.

 

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John Funk Community Leader May 12, 2022

Hi @Fumika Abe  - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Yes, that can be achieved with an Automation Rule. But I would question why you are doing tow different tasks. It should just be one task that goes through two different statuses in the same workflow. 

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