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EPIC Start Alert

Hi,

I've been trying to see if there is an automation to trigger and email alert to when and EPIC 'Start' date is due for example my epic is starting today. We have alot of them and its hard to find when they are due to start so would be handy if someone can tell me what i need to do to get an alert?

Thanks

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Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Jan 17, 2022

Hey @Jason Lane ,

Since there is no real trigger when a time event is reached, you're best of using the scheduled automation trigger. (I'm assuming you are on Cloud?)

This can be triggered each day and either send you a mail for each item or a report style email.

 

Another thing you can do is just create a filter (startdate > startOfDay() for example) and add that on a dashboard. You can then subscribe to that dashboard which will give you a rather nice daily email with a table style report.

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/work-with-search-results/

Simmo Atlassian Team Jan 17, 2022

@Dirk Ronsmans is right on the money here, schedule triggers to check is the only way.

You can do a scheduled trigger that does a JQL search and then send an email for each result.

This is perfect @Dirk Ronsmans. I love the report it provides and have added other ones as well to make sure there is clean up of work missed, Great advice :)

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