Is this field mandatory on create of your subtask or only on closing (resolving). If first:
The field needs to be completed before the issue can be closed (second option). Would you mind going into more detail regarding how I actually add the custom field to the subtask? That is what I'm having trouble doing, as I don't seem to be able to do it in the same way I can add the field to a parent task. Thank you.
Create a screen containing this field Edit your workflow - > go to the Close transition -> edit that transition Add that screen to that transition Now add a validator to taht transition (Field required validator - use your field) Publish your workflow See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+workflow+configuration#Advancedworkflowconfiguration-validators and https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Using+validators+with+custom+fields
Thank you so far. Sorry for all the questions, I'm usually pretty good at this. But I've been dropped in the middle of someone else's project and it's kind of a nightmare to sift through. If I am working with a workflow thats already been created, how can I swap out the screen in use for one of mine?
Well the question is what is on the current transition screen. You can add your field to that transition screen (and only add your validator) or replace the screen by editing the workflow-> editing the transition (and so on). But then you need to make sure the is no other validator which used a field of the old transition screen. So I would go with the first solution.
Ok So I am making some headway, but this solution isn't really in line with what I need. What I would like is for the subtasks themselves to hold the fields, not in the transition screen.
Say I click a parent issue with two subtasks. In the parent issue the two subtasks are listed below. If I click the subtask it's loaded like a standard ticket, but I cannot for the life of me figure out how I can place fields on these subtask tickets. Does that make any sense?
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