I am currently looking into "Automation for Jira" and looking for a way to automatically assign issues based on: Workload of a team, the priority of an issue and the issue type (application support and more).
I would imagine a check of a team queue like: Check how many "Critical" issues are there and from what issue type, if there are more than 5 of "application support" in "Critical" do the same check in the other team's queue and if there fewer than 5 assign it there. Anyone done that?
I think the way you want to implement is quite complex, wouldn't it be simpler to give each ticket a weight based on the issue type and the priority and then assign tickets based on the weight that each team has?
Also fully automating this might be tricky, i could imagine that all your teams are fully booked, what will you do with a new incoming critical ticket.
Keep in mind that in automating stuff like that you need to think of everyting.
But automation for jira is a great add-on, i use it almost every day so its indeed a great starting point to program behavior like this
Thanks for the quick response. Indeed, it is a complex scenario like a lot of "if/then/else".
So I might start with the smaller version by partially automate the assignment by basic workload checking and the rest would be a manual task and team collaboration.
Thanks for looking into this.
Have a great day,
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