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How to make comment field mandatory on customer portal in JSD cloud Edited

I want to make comment field required on customer portal on particular status after clicking on Approve/Reject button.


Also suggest if any plugin works for the same

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Hi Prashant,


This is unfortunately not possible to do on the portal to a customer. I know this isn't what you are trying to achieve but you are able to do this on the backend though.


If you add a validator in the transition of the workflow and select FIeld Required Validator and then choose the comment field it will now be required. I know that doesn't solve the front end problem but if this can be done in the backend you can definitely do it there! 

Sorry I couldn't be more helpful

I tried this but it is not working on customer portal end.

Is there any solution on the same?

Hey Prashant,

Like I said, that method unfortunately only works on the agent side. That method was purely informational. 


Unfortunately, there is not a way that I know of, that allows you to do this on the customer end. The best thing I can recommend is to contact Atlassian Support and see if they have any solutions. 

Guys this is know "feature". Please do votes and comment at I cannot imagine that those stupid features even exist ...

Isn't there even an addon for this?

You can achieve this with ProForma. You could design a form that has it’s own validation on each question(s) to make sure you get all of the information you need. You could then use the automation & validation rules in the following way:

1. Add a workflow validation to prevent the transitions to approve unless the customer form is attached and submitted; and

2. To make life easier for the customer and agents, add a rule that automatically transitions the issue to approved when the required is form is submitted (which can only happen when all the required fields are filled out).

Full disclosure, I’m the PM for ProForma, but this is one of the use cases we built the product to solve. There is also a lite/free version available.



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