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JMWE Post Function to Hide Custom Fields

Hi All! 

I have been researching lately the capability to hide custom fields at the user level. After reaching out to Atlassian support, I was told there is no built-in function to do this and that issues can be blocked but not specific content. 

Never one to back down from a challenge, I have been trying to figure out the best way to build this feature myself. We are on a cloud instance, and thought perhaps coding a quick post function that if a user is associated with a certain group when the ticket is created, the specified custom field will be hidden to them. 

While the Nunchucks builder does help me build the code for this (thank goodness, I am terrible at scripting), I can't figure out exactly how to "hide" the field. 

Has anyone experimented with this at all? Any help would be greatly appreciated! 

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David Fischer _Appfire_
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Jul 16, 2018

Hi Alys,

Unfortunately, this is simply not possible on Jira cloud, where the API for add-on development is much more limited. 


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