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I have a rule that was schedule for every 7 days, and now must be run manually.
But ididn't find the option to run this especific rule.
My automation runs a search using JQL and then change the status of the issues.
Hi Leonardo - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Manual rules are run from within an issue. So you have to navigate to an issue on the project associated with the Rule.
Your other option is to leave it as a scheduled like you were doing but disable it. Then when you need to run it, simply re-enable it and click the Run Rule button.
Hello @John Funk,
Do you know if it is possible to run the rule from one issue and let it perform actions on multiple issues?
Let's say I trigger the rule within issue A, then it should update field values in issue A, B and C of the associated project.
On our testing system, it seems like, the rule only performs the action within the issue which it gets triggered from...
I got it! :)
Found the solution on another thread: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Automation-questions/Update-multiple-issues-that-are-not-linked-using-Jira-Automation/qaq-p/1608219
Case closed :)