First time posting to the community here so please bare with me if I am not as clear or precise with my question as I should be.
We use a specific project within JIRA for our new hires. This uses a Create Issue Screen with a field of Manager within it. Manager is simply whomever the new hires direct lead or supervisor is.
I want to now update and reflect a number of people no longer within our company and would prefer to not have to granularly edit every ticket to reflect a change in the Manager field. I should also point out that the various teams have all changed as well. So where one manager may have had a team of six, when that manager left, that team of six could very well be six people in six new teams, with six new managers.
I have used bulk edit for a number of things in the past and I believe that this will certainly play a part of this but before I jump down this rabbit hole (we haven't reflected any manager / lead changes at all; they have added up over time) I want to see if anyone else has had to go down this path and if so, what suggestions and tips do you have for this scenario?
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