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I have over multiple stories (over 20) in the backlog and I need to create subtasks for all of them. All subtasks will be the same and so will their descriptions.
I have already created a rule where any NEW story that gets created will have these subtasks but I am not sure what type of "trigger" I can use to create subtasks for all these stories in the backlog that already exist.
Trying to avoid spending time going into each story (that already exists) and creating 4 subtasks with their specific descriptions -
Hello @Hussain Ali
Do you have a list of the issues that need the subtasks? You could use a simple JQL with a comma separated list of those issues' keys:
issue in (ABC-1, ABC-2, ABC-3)
After you publish the rule there will be a Run Now button at the top. You can click that to run the rule once, then disable it.
Make sure you uncheck the box below the JQL field.
You can do the same thing with a manually triggered rule and and For Each/Related Issues/JQL branch.
Then you go to one issue in the project and trigger the rule manually. After it runs, disable the rule.
You can choose as trigger the scheduled option then run the rule based on a JQL