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Request for Trigger: Satisfaction Survey completed

Hi, i want a new trigger to automate actions when someone complete a satisfaction survey. More specific, I need a way to raise a ticket when someone give a bad rate in the feedback of the issue. 

Is there a way to notificate if someone give a bad rate ?

 

 

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I stumbled upon the same request and solved it like this in the Cloud Version

 

Screenshot from 2022-08-22 09-49-43.png

Hi,

I fixed it! Finally, found this: https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-769

{{issue.Satisfaction.rating}} only works with cloud version, so I do this:

2019-04-25_17-11-00.png

This rule send an email if the satisfaction rate is 1. As you can see in the link I share above, d29c0 equals to 1. If you want to replicate with anothers, only change this value for the right one.

 

Cheers,

 

Agustín.-

Hi There,

 

Sorry to bring up an old thread, but I just tried this and was unable to get the trigger to be recognized. Any ideas on why? Have tried both the cloud version and the server version referencing the ticket you linked.

 

Thanks,

 

DTest1.PNG

Hi Dolan

Two things i found when implementing and testing on Jira Server (Jira Server 8.6 / Service Desk 4.6) 

1. I needed to use a new ticket with empty satisfaction each time to test the rules - I couldn't reopen or change the rating or the trigger didn't work for me, so i used a fresh ticket each time or it would be ignored.

2. The value {{issue.satisfaction}} did not return a string with d2f19 or any of the other results listed above. I created an automation to add a comment with  {{issue.Satisfaction}} in and found that the actual string that was being returned for a 5 star rating was 

ServiceDeskRequestFeedbackTypeBean {scale=5, rate=5}

So instead i set it to search for values that contain "rate=5" (or 1, 2, 3 etc) so my automation became

 2021-07-27_11-23-43.png

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andreas Rising Star Apr 25, 2019

Hi Agustin,

So you can use the field value changed trigger with the 'Satisfaction' field for this and a compare condition:

satisfaction-rule.png

The smart-value to get the rating is:

{{issue.Satisfaction.rating}}

Hope that helps.

Cheers,

Andreas

hi,

Thanks! I did exactly what you said, but the audit log shows that is no actions performed2019-04-25_14-17-55.png

is it correct?

{{issue.Satisfaction.rating}} equals 1

Here is the rule:

2019-04-25_14-32-01.png

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