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I want to create a validation for a date field, such that it is >= $Created + 10d

I want to create a validation for a date field ("Due Date"), such that it is >= $Created + 10d. Looks like the default validator for date only allows DueDate >= +10d or DueDate >= $Created. Not the combined expression. And I am trying to do this on the Cloud version. I am sure this has been accomplished by others. Can someone point me to a few possible solutions?

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Craig Nodwell
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Aug 26, 2022

There is no reason why you cannot combine expressions on a jql validator.

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