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How can I clear the estimation of a cloned issue?

Hello! I'm making a rule that, when a issue is moved from development to done, there will be a cloned card in the backlog with another label and, I need the estimation to be clear. If I leave the field like that, it keeps the estimation and if I put "null" there is an error. 

Any idea of how I can do it? Screenshot 2023-10-11 at 9.44.45.png

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Bill Sheboy
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Oct 11, 2023

Hi @alecentalz 

If you want a clean slate for the cloned issue, you need to delete the worklogs.  Please see this article from @Alex Koxaras _Relational_ for how to do that in a rule:

Another way to do this is to invert the solution: create a new issue and only copy over the fields you want to keep...and so there are no worklogs present.

Kind regards,

All right! I will check that. Thanks!! 

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Brant Schroeder
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Oct 11, 2023

@alecentalz You should be able to set it to 0 when it is cloned (might not be what you want) or after the issue is cloned you can use another automation step to clear it.  

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