I have an automation rule that closes sub-tasks when a task is closed (it’s identical to the “Close all child entities on closing parent” use case in the automation rules help). However, not all tasks have sub-tasks. Currently, it looks like attempting to run this automation on a task that doesn’t have subtasks counts as the automation failing. Consequently, it is getting automatically disabled.
Is this intended behaviour? I could fix it by being more specific about the trigger (i.e. only trigger it if the task has sub-tasks). However, there are a number of actions I want to trigger when I close a task. Is the preferred workflow to make a new rule for each one? That seems a little cumbersome, but maybe it’s implied by the fact that any failed action stops subsequent actions from triggering.