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Adding column to Release Page

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Using the release page to check the progress of a version

Any way to add additional columns to the Release Page?

29 answers

I want this feature too!!!!

Yes add this.

Ugghh!  Please add this feature.

+1 on the feature request. Would make it really easy for any member of the team to see status of tickets.

Workaround

On the top-right of the list, click on "View in Issue Navigator". Viewing the tickets there in "List View" allows for custom columns.

The downside is the column settings is dependent on each user.

I hate the "View in Issue Navigator" mode SO MUCH.  Not only is it not in Basic mode, the JQL uses IDs instead of human-readable values.

For example:

project = 12345 AND fixVersion = 12121 ORDER BY priority DESC, key ASC

NOT HELPFUL.  

Like Bernard Duchesne likes this

Your reply is helpful, I'm just venting about another less than useful "feature" of Jira.

Hah, no offense taken. You can actually replace ID with human-readable names. It should pop up when you're writing JQL. I agree with your frustration though. It just adds another step in the process.

All these little things add up when you're in a meeting and updating tickets as they're being discussed.

+1 we also need one more status with a different color in the releases view

- currently only TODO->In Progress -> Done

- something like: TODO-> In Progress -> QA -> Done

Is there an update on this? This feature would be much needed...

I created an suggestion for this... https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWSERVER-16744

Thanks for adding that suggestion!

I've wanted this for so long sad

Unfortunately, not at the moment. It will need changes to the core code.

Can you provide more intel, on how to do these changes and where?

+1 for this request (I want to display a Feature field, which is an application sub-category field in our system; for now, our team types out the feature at the beginning of each item's title).

I also want this. 

This would make it possible for me to track releases in Jira rather than keeping a separate spreadsheet because I could capture extra information from the tickets in an at a glance fashion. For example I would like to add the Components field from our tickets as a column on the Release page so that I can see which components are listed for the release tickets and are impacted by the release.

Please add this feture, it would really help us track for example scope creep.  

We need this too! It will be easier for us to manage the release across multiple components.

Is there a relevant open ticket for Jira we can to vote for?

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