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Can I rename an attached photo (in a JIRA ticket)?

* Step one, take a screenshot of something you're working on

* Attach it your JIRA ticket

* Notice that you didn't give it a descriptive name, it's just "Time and Date.png"

* Is there a way to rename the photo attachment in the ticket? If there is, I couldn't find it.

* That would be so much easier than renaming the image file BEFORE I upload it to JIRA. But it also means JIRA needs to have a UI for renaming files.

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Alana Fernando
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Jul 10, 2018

Sorry @Kevin Verre

As I found, currently this is not possible. there is a feature suggestion regarding the exact same requirement your mentioned. 

make sure you vote and watch JRACLOUD-37835 .

 

Reference: Implementation of New Features Policy

hope this info helps! 😊

I agree with having this. It's just a bit silly that you manually have to use time renaming the photo files before uploading. Takes times and ressources... Trello does this very well... 

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