We are hosting Jira ourselves and in our setup, Stories have Sub-Tasks. In the detail view of a story, I do see the related Sub-Tasks, but I only see their status, summary, type, assignee and work log. I want to add a column to display the ID of each sub task.
I am aware that I do see the ID when I hover over the sub task summary, but in order to minimise risks for mixups and misunderstandings, I want the ID in plain sight as a separate column.
When I go to
admin panel > System > General Configuration > Advanced
I currently see "issuetype, status, assignee, progress" in the field "jira.table.cols.subtasks". Is this the right spot to add that column? And if so, what is that field's name? "id", "issue id" and "issueid" all yield "The following fields are invalid" followed by whatever I tried so far.
Don't be - the worst case is you'll get a name Jira doesn't recognise and that will give you a blank column with whatever you put in the settings as a header.
e.g. issuekey, customfield_10010, cat, issuetype, 52345, status
Would give you the header
Key, (name of customfield), cat, Issue Type, 52345, Status
With no data in the cat or 52345 columns.
If in doubt, just copy and paste the existing string into a text editor to keep a hold of it to re-paste it in (or come back here and paste in Paul's string)
This works when you open the issue with "View Issue in Jira". Is there any hope of managing what shows up in the details pane that opens to the right of the backlog view when you select an issue? I would like to be able to add the IssueType to the Subtask list in that view.
This approach requires you to have the JIRA administrative rights. The main aim of this article is to help you achieve an organized, easy-to-maintain workflows in your JIRA instance thereby, reducin...
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