The Scheduler

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Scheduling issues in Jira made easy - set up recurring tasks in no time

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Create and manage recurring issues

Scheduled Issues allow you to create issue templates that will be recurrently created based on your preference

Per-project Scheduled Issue Management

Manage Scheduled Issues for all the projects you're administering yourself or let other users do it for you. No need to contact Jira administrator at all!

Use variables when creating issue template

If you ever need to include due date or creation date in any of the text fields, you can now do so with our pre-defined variable set. Simply include a variable in your text field as described here

More details

Do you happen to create similar Jira issues every now and then? Wouldn't it be easier to create your issue once and then schedule it so that Jira creates it for you in the future? If you think so, then The Scheduler add-on is here to help you!

The Scheduler allows you to automate the process of creating recurring tasks in Jira. Using our add-on, you define the issue template once, select how often it should be created, and that's it! The Scheduler will create the issues for you.

Your issues can be created daily, weekly, monthly, or using your own custom interval. You can either use our user-friendly interval wizard, or simply use the cron expression.

Scheduled issues are managed per project, and by default limited to project administrators. Additional permissions are available in"Access Management" Settings panel.

Privacy and security

Privacy policy

Atlassian's privacy policy is not applicable to the use of this app. Please refer to the privacy policy provided by this app's partner.

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Integration Details

The Scheduler integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Administer the host application
  • Administer Jira projects
  • Delete data from the host application
  • Write data to the host application


Define date and datetime field values as a period relative to the issue create date. In this example, the Due Date field will always be set as "one week after" the issue was created.