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I'm a newby admin for this tool and it is becaming really frustrating...
This is only the third issue I've raised and every time I get the same answer "There is already a suggestion ticket with Atlassian. Vote and watch this for updates"
Attlasian has 5881 open issues some over 20 years old and still gathering dust on the shelves.
e.g. JRACLOUD-61856 was created in 2016 and is Unassigned.
Hi Paul, I hear your frustration. First I wanted to ensure that you understand that Rilwan and I are "community leaders" as the lozenge by our name conveys. However, we do not work for Atlassian. Rather, we are users similar to yourself. We support the Community in order to help others.
It can certainly be quite frustrating to see issues you care about stuck in "To Do". The best option (?) is to share your feedback with Atlassian using the various methods:
Regarding the 5881 open issues, to be fair there are also 23583 resolved issues. Of course the resolution isn't always "fixed" but they have been addressed. Too, JAC isn't a complete view of what has and has not been addressed.
While I know this doesn't address your immediate issue, I do hope it at least provides some helpful context.
Hi @Paul Heath ,
There are some apps which can be helpful. But these are paid ones. You can check Atlassian market to any other apps as well.
Just like all of us, adding ourselves as watchers of interested open issues are the best way to keep updated with progress. In addition, I would also recommend that you to visit to the following link to review Atlassian's cloud roadmaps on their products - https://www.atlassian.com/roadmap/cloud?selectedProduct=jiraService;jsw&
Best, Joseph Chung Yin
Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team
As Rilwan points out, unlike other custom field select lists, you cannot specify the options within a CF Context. :-(
You can create a Context for the custom field based on project or Issuetype to present the desired options.