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Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 7, 2024

hi, i have the same issue : be able to create a task and be able  to ask for clone this task according a frequency that my user will choose.


The response i have been done  is to create a rule in automation with scheduler. 

Use automate rule with scheduler is not a good solution for me because :

    - i understand that the schedule will run the rule every month for example to create tack.
     - i want to see now (or just after having ask for rule) in the calendar all of the new task created by rule, You see.

 

Do i do a mysunderstood ? 

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Luka Hummel - codefortynine
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June 12, 2024

Hi @Marie-Hélène PARISATO

I'm Luka from codefortynine.

If you are willing to try a third-party app, you can try our Deep Clone for Jira.

Deep Clone allows you to clone an issue multiple times.

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You then can use our Field Editor feature together with our custom cloneMultipleTimesIndex expression to have Deep Clone set ever-increasing Due dates with the following expression:

issue.dueDate.plusDays(7 * cloneMultipleTimesIndex)

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Trudy Claspill
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June 7, 2024

@Marie-Hélène PARISATO 

Si vous souhaitez que les tâches soient clonées lorsque l'utilisateur le souhaite plutôt que automatiquement, vous pouvez utiliser un déclencheur manuel pour la règle d'automatisation.

https://support.atlassian.com/cloud-automation/docs/jira-automation-triggers/#Manual-trigger-from-issue

 

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If you want the tasks to be cloned when the user chooses rather than automatically, then you can use a Manual trigger for the Automation rule.

https://support.atlassian.com/cloud-automation/docs/jira-automation-triggers/#Manual-trigger-from-issue

 

Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 7, 2024

i want to create a rule that clone my task in multiple task avery month or week. 

Like if a had create a recurrent task on day or month or week ; 

tache recurrente teams calendrier.PNGtache recurrente teams.PNG

Trudy Claspill
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June 7, 2024

Bonjour Marie-Hélène,

Si vous souhaitez que les tâches soient automatiquement clonées chaque mois ou chaque semaine, vous devez utiliser une règle avec un déclencheur de planification. Pourquoi pensez-vous que cela ne fonctionnerait pas pour vous ?

Les images d'écran que vous avez fournies ne semblent pas provenir de la fonctionnalité native du produit Atlassian Jira. Pouvez-vous nous dire d'où viennent ces problèmes ?

N'hésitez pas à publier votre réponse dans votre langue maternelle et nous utiliserons des applications de traduction pour la convertir dans nos propres langues si nécessaire.

 

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Hello Marie-Helene,

If you want the tasks cloned every month or week automatically then you should use a rule with a Schedule trigger. Why do you think that would not work for you?

The screen images that you provided do not appear to be from the Atlassian Jira product's native functionality. Can you tell us where those issues come from?

Please feel free to post your response in your native language and we will use translation applications to convert it to our own languages when needed.

Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 7, 2024

i'm working to a transition between teams and JWM. 
Picture are from TEAMS. And user used to create recurrent task.

i will work after to a transition between TRELLO ad JWM. Hope it's will be easier.

Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 7, 2024

users want to see all the recurrent task created just after they create the first task. that why the scheduler won't do the job. because the scheduler will do that the rule will be scheduled and will create every month only one task.

Trudy Claspill
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June 7, 2024

The user will not be able to see recurring tasks that have not yet actually been created. The calendar features in Jira will show only tasks that actually exist. 

Instead of running the automation on a monthly or weekly basis to create the next immediate instance of the recurring tasks, you would need to run a rule that would create the recurrent tasks in bulk now, setting the dates on them for the appropriate future dates when they need to occur.

For instance, for tasks that recur daily you could have a rule that runs monthly and creates a new task for each day in a future month. For tasks that occur weekly you could do the same thing.

Or you could create a manually triggered task that would do the same thing.

In that manner you could pre-load your recurring tasks for the next month or several weeks.

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John Funk
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June 7, 2024
Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 7, 2024

it's not for me because it's a recurrente rule that work every week for example and create a task . And i want a rule taht create a task for each week until ever. 

John Funk
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June 8, 2024

So what you are saying is that the tasks must be created in advanced - before the current one is completed. 

Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 8, 2024

yes, sure, in order for the manager to be able of have an idea of occupation of his teams member on the futur day/week/month...

John Funk
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June 9, 2024

You could probably create some type of automation rule that creates the issues until a certain date. It would be sort of self looping that would fire and then stop when it creates an issue with a certain Due Date. You would kick it off and then watch it until it is done and then turn the rule off. I would run it after hours though just to not interfere with other work going on. 

Marie-Hélène PARISATO June 11, 2024

ok, i will think about it. thanks

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