Hello - I'm using the "Github for Jira" integration, and it seems to be set up correctly. I'd like to be able to change the status of a story from a git commit message. I've read though the documentation, and it mentions that there are transitions which can be changed:
You can see the custom commands available for use with Smart Commits by visiting the
issue and looking at its available workflow transitions:
- Open an issue in the project.
- Click View Workflow(near the issue's Status).
The Smart Commit only considers the part of a transition name before the first space. So, for a transition name such as
finish work, then specifying
#finishis sufficient. You must use hyphens to replace spaces when ambiguity can arise over transition names, for example:
If a workflow has two valid transitions, such as:
I look at an issue, "near" the issues Status, as recommended. There is NO "View Workflow". I'm using Jira Cloud, if that makes a difference.
So...how do I change the status of an issue from a git commit message???
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