Currently we use the Spiceworks helpdesk but are considering migrating to JSD. In spiceworks, with the check of a box, we can assign an issue to an agent when that agent makes a comment or replies to a ticket. Can this be done in JSD? I do not see a way to accomplish this in the automation section of project administration.
It doesn't look like that option exists for JSD on prem.
What about having the ability to assign to a specific user if a comment contains specific text? For example, Spiceworks has what they call "Ticket anywhere" commands. I could reply to a ticket via email, and do:
which would assign the ticket to Bob. Is there a way we could do this within Jira?
This should be possible with the combination of automation and workflow.
The automation is used to transition the issue automatically when a comment is added by the agent. So when the issue is transitioned, add a post function in the workflow to assign the issue to "current user". Just make sure to run the automation rule by the user who triggered the rule instead of default user.
I think I'm almost there... I've got my post function set up correctly, to where it sets the "Assignee" to the current user. But the current user is "Jira Service Desk Widget" because that is the user performing the rule automation. How do I run the automation rule by the user who triggered the rule, as you say?
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