I've looked at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/How+To+Send+Notifications+By+Issue+Type and https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Adding+a+custom+event, which is very helpful. But the Events seems to be targeting issue event (issue create, issue updated, etc) vs issue type (Bug, New Feature, etc). Please let me know if it is possible to send out notifications when a certain issue type, like when a Bug or New Feature is created, not on issue events. Thanks in advance.
Yes and no.
There are two types of thing you can to to an issue.
Nic is correct in his explanation. Another alternative is to set up a filter that looks for new issues of a specific type created in the past "x" minutes. Run a subscription at that same (or shorter) interval and you can get an email sent when those new issues appear. But it is not an immediate notification (as is Nic's transition suggestion)
By defining notification schemes as usual, you can create (with the plugin) issue type notification schemes, and thereby map issue types to notification schemes.
For instance, Stories goes to project leader, bugs to Support Team, and so on.
I hope that helps you all.
Please let me know if you find any problems using it.
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