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JWM Automation Multi-layer

Hi everyone, 

We use automations quite a bit. We currently have an automation set up as follows: 

When issue is created, and issue type is X then create subtasks A, B, and C. 

I'm trying to create a second layer to this automation to do the following, and struggling a little bit:

When subtask A is trasitioned to 'DONE' then create an additional subtask to the original parent issue for subtask A

 Thanks in advance! 

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Mikael Sandberg
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May 19, 2023 • edited

That is a fairly simple automation to create, something like this should do it:

Screenshot 2023-05-19 at 1.51.05 PM.png

Perfect thank you!

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