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--Qutechs, Ahmed M.Elmubarak--


Qutechs, Ahmed M.Elmubarak
9/13/15, 7:38 AM

Hello,

Make sure you've technical access rights.

Then from Settings->Technical->Automation->Automated Action. Create new one

* Enter the rule name

* Related Document Model: pick yours e.g Project Issue

* When to Run: e.g. On Creation

* If you've a filter defined you can choose it, or make a new filter, or leave it.

* Then from the Actions tab, in the Add Followers field choose your followers.

* Save


I hope it'll helps

Regards,

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Pinakin Nayi (pna)
7/18/18, 9:28 AM

Just define that follower on the project. So for all new issue, he will automatically become a follower. In Odoo by default project followers become follower of issue.

Note. It doesn't update the existing issue. To do that probably you have to create server/automated action which will do for you.

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