Trying with Automation for Jira the following:
Several problems with that:
Could you help me with this?
Hi Fran -
I just had this problem last week. Here's what worked for me:
The syntax for looping there is a little weird. Poke around the docs and you can find examples to include links, etc. Good luck!
That is working for me! I even used your smart value tokens to more useful info ;)!
Being a bit picky, I realized that those smart value tokens aren't filtering by project lead, so it's e-mailing a list of issues from all projects, not just the ones from a given lead.
I updated my "Lookup Issues" condition: project in projectsLeadByUser("user.name") AND issuetype not in (Epic, Test) AND timespent is EMPTY AND status = Done
It seems that only works with my username, when I try other usernames it says that they don't exist. Did you encounter that in one of your configurations?
Have you considered solving this with saved filters and a subscription? Once the filters are created/shared, you could ask the project leads to subscribe the filters relevant to them.
One advantage of this approach is that it will not use any of your license quota for global/multi-project automation rule executions.
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