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How to create an automation based on a filter?


I would like to use jira automation for a case when the issues are under a filter which contained a specific status of the board + a date (7 days after a date mentioned in a field).

When tickets are under this status, I want to close them automatically.

I have 2 hints but I wasn't able to do it:

1/ It seems I couldn't select a trigger like "Issue filtered" so that I can select my filter mentioned above and then choose the transition from the current status to closed.

2/ If I use the condition status = my_status and the date in the field X is after 7 days ago, then what trigger should I use?

Thanks for your help in advance.

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Hi @Fanny Godin ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

Reading your requirments, in my opinion, you should put in place some job that periodically run in order to do what you need.

ScriptRunner for cloud provides what you need

Hope this helps,


Rob Horan Community Leader Mar 16, 2022

Scriptrunner is also $$$$$ and can require scripting skills.  Just a thought.

Hi Fabio,

Thanks for your answer.

Seems like it will work using the trigger "Scheduled" then. But I'm wondering if I have to add conditions or if JQL search (inside the trigger) will be sufficient.

Update: It works using Scheduled trigger with the addition of the JQL query!

Yes, I know :) Sorry but I missed notification about your previous comment. Please @Fanny Godin , mark my answer as accepted

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