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Smart value searching for a certain word

Hi,

I'm using an automation that creates subtasks and now I want to add an if/else-block that enables the automation to create different subtasks depending on the summary of the parent issue. I've got two types of projects with a typical word at the beginning of their summary and I would like the automation to create a different set of subtasks depending on this certain word.

I think I have to use a smart value but I don't know which one.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Pauline 

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader May 03, 2022

You could use smart values, but you could also just use the issue fields condition in your if/else block like this:

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