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LInk issues across project

Hi everyone,

I would like to set up a rule that automatically links issues across projects, like:

when (in project 1)  issue A status is set as X, then link A to issue B in project 2.

 

Is there a way to do it in JWM?

I tried but it gives me only the possibility to link to trigger issue or newset ticket.

 

Thanks!

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Jack Brickey
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May 06, 2022

Hi @Monica Panozzo , my question is how do you identify issue B within the rule? Where would the rule reference it?

Hi @Jack Brickey, issue B would be always the same

Jack Brickey
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May 06, 2022

Ok then easy enough...while not obvious, if you simply type the issue key into the field that gives you the two associated options (trigger issue, newest) it will accept it and work just fine.

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Thank you @Jack Brickey

It works perfectly! 

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