Using "@inherit" for Reporter in sub-task

Hello @Micha Kops,

I have 2 workflows in my project: one for parent issue and another - for subtasks. Parent issue workflow includes 3 steps and one subtask created on every step of them. Reporter of every subtask should be the reporter of the parent issue, but it doesn't work. Reporter of the subtask which creates on the 2nd step of parent wokfow=assignee of the subtask created on the 1st step of parent issue workflow. I've tried to use: reporter: "@inherit", but it doesn't work. Please, help me

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Thanks for your feature request! The feature is implemented and will be published with release 4.3.0 of the plugin.

@Micha Kops Thank you!

@Micha Kops I've received email about version 4.2.1 release

When we can see the 4.3.0? smile

@Arman Kurmanay: Soon, all features nearly implemented, only the feature to set watchers is pending, but will be completed soon, too:

@Arman Kurmanay Inheriting the reporter is not implemented yet but should not be a big deal. Please feel free to add a new feature request to the project's issue tracker here:

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