Hi there! Can someone let me know if this specific functionality is possible in JIRA?
For our user stories, we have subtasks for each phase of implementation:
Each subtask is assigned to a different team member and once one is done, it's now time for the next person to complete their task. Example: User A is done with Analysis, and now he/she will hand it over to Development for User B to complete.
Is there a way in JIRA for User B to be notified when User A marks their subtask as complete? That automatic email will let them know it's time for them to work on their task.
I know anyone can make themselves a watcher of a task and they'll be notified of any updates, but is there a way we can accomplish this without having to make sure users are added as watchers?
you could maybe try automation for jira (if you link the issues)
I am not sure how to exactly use the branch issue in your case (normally subtask to parent and not subtask to subtask)
it subtask closed and summary ~ analysis
branch issue = linked issue
if summary ~ development
sent mail to assignee "start work"
Thanks! I will definitely explore the automation route. And this automation template library or "playground" is accessible by all JIRA admins and can be added to our JIRA instance? I have to dig more into the details a little bit but I wanted to confirm if this is something we can use now, instead of adding it on to our account.
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