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I'm a developer of the plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/doitbetter.calendar/cloud/overview
Do I want to ask you, what functionality needs to be implemented first of all, in order to make the plugin interesting for you?
Hey! I have questions for you about requests. Can you write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and discuss them in more detail?
Is it possible to create Jira issues within the DoItBetter Calendar app?
It is not yet possible to create a task on the calendar itself. Instead, you can only create an event.
Let me explain why:
Our calendar can include dozens of projects at the same time. Unfortunately, this means that when you click on the calendar to create an issue, you will still have to select a project, an issue type, and other additional fields since we cannot uniquely determine the project where you want to create a task.
And if the functionality duplicates the standard creation of the issue Jira, it is not needed because the "create issue" button is always at hand.
I may be wrong in my thoughts, and if you have ideas on how to do it conveniently and beautifully, we will gladly do it.
Thank you for replying so quickly. Some of our users wish they could work directly off of DoItBetter Calendar, clicking (or double-clicking) on a specific date and having it create whatever issue type they see fit. They just find entering Jira's "create-issue" overlay an unnecessary extra step.
Since all calendars are linked to a project, board, filter or some other form of reference to a set of Jira issues, I'd think that your app could simply create an item following calendars' contextual parameters (existing issue types, etc).
@Alex _Doitb_ the quick filters are not working even when i ensure that the users are a part of the group, project, default calendar settings, and individual calendar settings.
Can you please help document with examples how to do this? i'm wondering if the new "Jira Work Management" project types do not work with the Quick Filters for the Calendar app. The issues are appearing in the calendar for all expected users... but the Quick Filters management is not working.