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Write Structure Attributes to Jira Fields

Are you interested in finding out how Structure for Jira implemented Effectors?

If so, register for ALM works's webinar, on 30th April at 11 am GMT (-4).

Jira contains a wealth of useful project data — data that can be used to create the project management reports the organization craves. Unfortunately, the kinds of calculations needed to use this data effectively has long required an external program, such as Excel — where the information is immediately outdated — or the use of complicated scripts.

This changes with the release of Structure 6.0 and our newest automation feature: Effectors. Now users can easily create their own Excel-like formulas with always-current Jira data and update Jira fields with the results.

In this webinar, our Product Expert, @Eugene Sokhransky _ALM Works_ , will discuss and demonstrate this new feature. He’ll also share some of the primary use cases our customers have discussed with him and the benefits they bring.

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As I see nobody posted that webinar here and as I see many users asking about that features in community.



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