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Scheduling issues in Jira made easy - set up recurring tasks in no time
Manage and filter your recurring tasks
Scheduled Issues are available in project Tab Panel, where you can easily manage them. Users with Administrator access can also manage Scheduled Issues through Add-ons page.
Create Scheduled Issues with sub-tasks
Ever wanted to create a Scheduled Issue that contains sub-tasks? With the latest The Scheduler, you can! You can either create one from scratch or use an existing issue with sub-tasks as a template.
Focus on scheduling task using detailed view
New feature allows you to preview scheduled issue in a friendly manner, you can easily check execution details and manage access. Most importantly though - the detailed view lets you attach sub-tasks!
Doing the same things is very mechanic. Creating the same Jira issues also. If you feel that you are wasting time doing it manually - The Scheduler plugin is perfect solution for you!
The Scheduler allows you to plan and automate your process – all you need to do is to create issue template, define when it should be created – and that’s all!
Your issues can be created daily, weekly, monthly, or you can create your own interval. You can create pending issues and even manually execute them with a single click!
Since version 5.0 you can attach sub-tasks to your scheduled issues and take your automation to the next level.
With our Permissions you can define who can create scheduled issues: single users, groups or project role.
Clone scheduled issues and populate them to other projects. If you want to share your recurring tasks or do a backup, use our import/export feature to easily bring back all the settings or import data to another instance.
Use The Scheduler and start saving your time!
Privacy and security
With Access Manager - you can define who can create scheduled jobs. It could be done for a single user, group or role.