We need to trigger a notification when a sprint's scope changes.
Can we leverage ScriptRunner's enhanced JQL functions, most notably "addedAfterSprintStart" and "removedAfterSprintStart"?
Is this a matter of combining Jira Automation with a JQL condition? Does Jira Automation recognize ScriptRunner JQL enhancements?
Thank you for your question.
I can confirm that inside of ScriptRunner for Jira Cloud that you can only use the JQL functions on the Enhanced search page.
However, I can confirm when you save the filter and share it that it creates a standard Jira filter with the same name where the issue keys returned by the filter are synchronised to and you can use this filter to power automation rules or agile boards and we have a knowledge base article explaining this here.
I hope this informatoon helps.
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