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I want to calculate and update a Date field on the basis of Due Date of the Issue. Is it possible??

I have two date fields in the same issue. And want to update the second field by calculating the first field date. I need like this:

Field 1 : 28/12/2022

Field 2 : It should be updated as (-1w) of Field 1.

Is it possible to do it like this?? 

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Hello, @Srikanth Vemuluri,

This can be achieved by automation.

  1. Determine the trigger, when will this automation happen?
    • For example: Field value changed "Field1" -> Any change -> For all operations
  2. You can use an edit action that updates the Field2 based on Field1
    • {{issue.Field1.minusWeeks(1)}}

If your fields are custom, you will need to find their ID and use it in place of "Field1" and "Field2".

Hello @Patrik Korovsky 

Thank you for your Quick Response.

It worked Perfectly. 

Good to hear,

I'm always happy to help.

Cheers,
Patrik

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