This version brings major features and improvements along with some bug fixes.
Automate post-functions outside Jira workflows
This release introduces the following features that allow you to run post-functions independent of Jira workflows:
Want to run post-functions at regular intervals? Take advantage of our Scheduled actions feature to at a scheduled interval on a specified set of issues returned by a JQL search. You can pre-define the schedules based on your business requirements to automate workflow transitions, issue field changes, or status updates all in a sequence.
For example, you can schedule an action to send emails to a specific set of users every day.
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Looking for a way to run post-functions based on a specific change made to an issue? Make use of our feature to do so whenever is fired. You can trigger one or more post-functions to run whenever one of the following changes is made to an issue:
- field value changed
- comment added
- issue updated
- issue transitioned
- and more
For example, create an event-based action to validate the changes made to the Due date field, and display a message to the user if the Due date is later than a specific day you may require. In addition, you can revert the field value to the previously set value.
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Do you want to configure one or more post-functions that can be reused across multiple workflows? Use our Shared actions feature to configure post-functions that can be added to several workflows transitions. It helps you easily reuse and maintain some of your most frequently used configurations. Simply create an action using one or more post-functions (that are run in a sequence) in the Shared actions page, and use these actions in the Shared Actions post-function that can be added to various workflow transitions.
For example, create a shared action to run the Create / Clone issue(s), Assign to role member, and Display message to the user post-functions in a sequence and add a Shared actions post-function with the mentioned shared action to one or more workflow transitions wherever needed.
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Shared actions page
Shared actions post-function
- Access using the newly added
setInsightAttributeValue() methods in Groovy script.
- Use the new
getTransitionAttachments() to easily fetch the attachments added on an issue transition screen.
- Select the newly added Groovy Template option in Groovy Console to test the Groovy input against selected Jira issues (using the new
Test Groovy Template button).
- Make use of the new
usersInOrganization attribute the users to a Jira Service Management Organization. This method is added to the