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Hello. Tell me if it is possible to create several tasks at once related to the main one. The bottom line is that now I already have it. Now the creation is 1 to 1, but I need it dynamically.
There are 2 projects: Main and Additional. When a task in the main one reaches a step, then a task in an additional one is created. And it is necessary that N tasks be created. N is indicated by the task field of the main project.

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Sep 20, 2021

Hi @gOsToFf  - Yes, this is possible with Automation for Jira.

Great, Can you tell me how to do this? My guess is that this can be done either by calling automation multiple times or by calling sub-automations. But how do you make a loop?

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