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curtiplas Frequent Contributor.
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Trigger Notification on Subtask?

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Hello All (or no one yet),

I have the a scenario where a parent/primary item creates a number of subtasks in a different application through a number of projects. I'm wondering what the easiest way would be to have all active subtasks send notifications to their owner/secondary owner when the parent item reaches a specific state?

 

Any ideas?

 

-Curtis

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pearsallc Super Contributor.
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Re: Trigger Notification on Subtask?

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Add primary relational / subrelational fields from the Primary item, the Subrelational field will be the primary Items status. Us that field to trigger the notification. 

When PrimState changes to "your required state"

Send the email to the desired person. If the desired person is the owner of the subtask, then add a condition

and Owner =  (Current User).

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pearsallc Super Contributor.
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Re: Trigger Notification on Subtask?

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Add primary relational / subrelational fields from the Primary item, the Subrelational field will be the primary Items status. Us that field to trigger the notification. 

When PrimState changes to "your required state"

Send the email to the desired person. If the desired person is the owner of the subtask, then add a condition

and Owner =  (Current User).

View solution in original post

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