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Automation - Can I limit the scope of an automation to a specific project category

Is there a way to limit the scope of an automation to a specific project category instead of having to select all projects to use said automation?

At present, I've only seen the options: Single Project, Multiple Projects, and All Projects. The 'Multiple Projects' option is useful until there are more than 20 projects. Is there a simpler way to assign more than 20 projects to an automation without having to manually add each one (i.e. via project category)?

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Ivan Lima Community Leader Sep 07, 2021

As John mentioned, there is no such option. However, as an alternative, wouldn't a JQL condition be an option to narrow the scope of your rule? You can have all projects in the scope and a JQL condition like category = "Alphabet Projects".

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John Funk Community Leader Sep 07, 2021

Hi Sarah,

Unfortunately no, there is no way to do that without adding each project. 

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