Time based automations with Automation Lite for JIRA Cloud


{{#now}}func=minusSeconds({{#issue.created}}toSeconds{{/issue.created}}), format="toSeconds"{{/now}} from https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/wiki/display/AUTO4J/Working+with+Dates gives very inconsistant results. I can only get it to send at all with equals 0 or does not equal 0 The email that is sent from this automation also includes the time.

I did multiple tests creating a ticket that matched the name requirement for this rule to work and got results that were very inconsistant.


Could I get an example of a trigger that waits 2 minutes after an issue is created? If you could include each option "First value" "Condition" "Second Value" that would be very helpful.

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Andreas Knecht Community Champion Apr 18, 2017

Hi Tyler,

We don't support delayed triggers just yet: https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-100

We've got quite a few higher priority items in our backlog at the moment so it will be a while before we can get to this, but we'll let you know when we get a chance to work on this.



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