System Variables in Summary/Description

Hi!

Is it possible to operate some system variables for created issues.

For example , create issue with Subject which containts current $month or $fulldate of creation.

Regards,

Alexey

1 answer

Since TheScheduler version 3.2.5 you can use following variables for created issues Summary and Description:

${createdDate.month} - Creation month

${createdDate.year} - Creation year

${dueDate.month} - Due month

${dueDate.year} - Due year

${createdDate.date} - Creation date in format DD/MMM/YY

${dueDate.date} - Due date in format DD/MMM/YY

${createdDate.completeDateTime} - Creation date in format DD/MMM/YY hh:mm

${dueDate.completeDateTime} - Due date in format DD/MMM/YY hh:mm

 

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