Is it possible to reflect a change that happens in a task in project A to a task in project B?

Amani Abed Al Raheem
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May 10, 2024

If I have a task "a" in project "A" and a task "b" in project "B", is there anyway if someone updated the task "a" in project A for example added a comment or moved it to "in progress" , that the same update happened to task "a" to happen to task "b" in project "B" immediately?

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Mayura
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May 10, 2024

Hey @Amani Abed Al Raheem 

Good day!

You would need to find a relation between the issues and use an automation rule that will search for the related issue and copy the values.

Here is an example rule:

Screenshot 2024-05-10 at 2.16.14 PM.png

Make sure to use the "Edit issue fields" action and choose the fields that you would like to copy and then use "Copy from Trigger issue"
Screenshot 2024-05-10 at 2.22.11 PM.png

You can also Copy the status to the linked issues:
Screenshot 2024-05-10 at 2.16.32 PM.png

Also, set the Scope of the rule to "Global" from the Rule details section so this can work across different projects.

I hope this helps :) Let me know if you have any more questions.


Amani Abed Al Raheem
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is there a YouTube tutorial of the related question that you could suggest to me? I'm new to automation in Jira. 

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