Changing the priority triggers an update Event. On this Event a notification can be sent. However, this would be the same for all other updates.
As far as I understand your objective you want only inform some users on the change of the priority.
You could do following.
Then you got what you need.
Hey there, myjura.
In addition to the answer that was provided by Udo, I think that the standard JIRA notification should be able to cater for this. Falling under the Issue Updated event, you can configure it to send notifcation to the respective users as per the following:
Hope it helps!
You will need to create a custom event . Now with help of the behavoiurs plugin you will need to fire the event whenever the priority field is edited . you will need to wite a groovy script which will fire this event refer this java code .
Now when the event is fired you will need to configure this in the notification scheme .
Now the mails will be sent whenever the priority field is edited/changed to specified users.
Hope this helps .
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