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Jira Automation - Create new sprint with issue in it



Is someone can explain me if it's possible (and how to do) to create with jira automation a new sprint and create issue on it ?



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Hi Adrien.

First go to your settings in your project and click automation tab. Now you can strat creating an automation rule. :)

The only thing I can think of affecting Sprints is the Branch Rule related Issue block. With that, you are able to run certain conditions for all issues in the sprint. You can imagine putting another block condition inside the Branch Rule block to affect certain issues on your sprint.

I am not sure that it would be the best fit for your need though. Could you describe us what you want to do more precisely please ? You might not need automation maybe.

Let us know ;)

Hi Flavien, thanks for your answer :)

My need is when i create a new sprint, i would like to create default issues in this new sprint.

Below my current test to set a sprint to the issue created in this automation, but i can't find the right parameter to set in Sprint field ...

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Flavien Gache Community Leader Nov 04, 2020

It seems that it is impossible to select the sprint you just created to put your new tasks.

To work this around, you can trigger the action on the start of the sprint. That way, it would create tasks when the sprint is started but it is not the original need.

Can it be enough to satisfy your need ?

Like Adrien DURAND likes this

Great workaround thanks !

Hi guys, seems to be I found the solution. 

Here an example. Just for your information :)


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