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I am assigning labels to issues so they get reported in different confluence pages (open tickets at a given time).
As you can imagine the list of labels in the autocomplete is now growing over time, mostly with labels I will never use again, except that I still need them so my past confluence page content doesn't change.
I read in order for a label not to be suggested anymore, it needs to be removed from all the entries it is currently associated to, which given the above I cannot do.
Is there another way to manage those labels and maybe mark some as deprecated/inactive, so they do not pop up anymore?
As others noted, your use of label may not be the most intuitive approach, but if you are happy with labels, I think this app could be helpful:
It allows mass-deleting labels, for example.
Unformatunately you can't manage label. May be there is some app in the marketplace that will suit your needs.
Or try to use customfield instead of labels.
Jira does not have label management feature by default. However, you can use our app:
You can see all labels in one place and delete the ones you don't need. It also has other label management features like searching, filtering, renaming, merging etc.
Give it a try and let us know if you face any issue.
You can also check out Marketplace for similar apps.
Why are you adding labels that you will never use again? That's not what labels are for.