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is it possible that the JIRA system automatically sends a reminder to the assignee that his/her resolved issue is waiting to be closed?

Is it possible that the JIRA system automatically sends a reminder to the assignee that his/her resolved issue is waiting to be closed?

 

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You can use a filter ("Issues to be closed") like

resolution is not empty and status != closed and assignee = currentuser()

 then set up a group subscription on a daily/weekly basis (uncheck "send mail even there are no results"). Every assignee will then recieve a mail wich the topic [JIRA] Subscription: Issues to be closed

Thanks a Lot Udo. It worked for me.

Glad I could help

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