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creating Data requested form in jira

Is there any way possible to make it work for the following request

User has data requested form in jira ,When the user adds new field to the form in the existing data requested form it should not make any changes in the existing form but   it should get added with the new form without making any changes to the old form


can you anyone help me out in this weather is there a feasibility to make it work or not






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Ravi Sagar Community Leader Oct 10, 2019

Hi @Deepika 

When you say form are you talking about the create issue screen that asks the user to fill in the fields?

You can modify that screen if you want. Adding new fields to the form won't impact other fields. If that is what you wanted to know.



Yes i am talking about  creating issue screen that asks the user to fill in the fields


So when the user edits or add the new field then it should not get affected or gets added to the existing one and it should get created with the new one followed with the existed one as an another copy 


is it possible in this way?



Ravi Sagar Community Leader Oct 10, 2019

Are you talking about editing values in the existing issues? In that case the new values entered will replace the old ones but there is a history where you can see all the past changes.

So you mean there will be copy always of the old one when there is a new field gets added?

the 2copies will be

the old one

and the new one will get added the fields with the old one

is this right?



Ravi Sagar Community Leader Oct 10, 2019

It is not a copy but more like a new version of the issue. When you say new field added? Are you talking about the value in the field right?

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