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Run automation when linked issue updates

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I have two issues JIRA-001 and JIRA-002.  JIRA-002 is linked to JIRA-001 as 'documents'.  When JIRA-001 transitions through the workflow I'd like a comment to be added to JIRA-002 stating what has changed on JIRA-001.  I'm stuck at what to enter in the Matching JQL field to find the ID of the linked issue in the automation tool.

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John Funk Community Leader Nov 17, 2021

Hi Nicole,

If there is only one issue that would be linked using the Documents link type, I would just use a Branch Rule for related issues: linked issues. 

Thanks, I'll look into it

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