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How to get Custom Field variable that contains brackets

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Hey

I have a custom field called `Effort (days)` .

Is it possible to grab this as a variable?

I have tried {{%Effort (days)}} , {{%Effort (Days)}} , {{%Effort}} and {{%Effort Days}} but no luck far.  I can always rename the variable, but would prefer to keep the wording as is.

 

many thanks

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Rafael Dill
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Oct 03, 2022

Hi Martin, welcome to the community! I've tested your case by trying to use a variable with brackets and it has worked fine. I created a rule that when I moved a card to a specific list, it makes a comment saying how many days were left by getting the information out of the CF.

Screen Shot 2022-10-03 at 11.07.05.png

To confirm, then, your first command is correct {{%Effort (days)}}. Hope this information helps!

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