I'm a new QA here and I need to add an issue to a release version. I set up a release version but cannot add a single issue to it, and unfortunatelly jiras help is presenting the old way to do it and it does not apply to new jira
you block/disable the option to connect the bug to a story which has a released version.
So, the question is really how to fix this bug which now is unrelated to a story and has its version to an "unreleased version"?
We , in bezeqint, manage 2 approaches:
1. we have a general EPIC which doesn't have a version and is called: "Regular bugs". you need to link bugs to it if you can't link it to the corresponding story
2. the PMO, makes a new "clone" of the original released story, with an unreleased version. after this story is created, we can re-assign it to a sprint and, of course, link the new bug to it.
eventually, you might have clones of released stories, but we prefer the more common - "Jira is performing a release, so move open stories to the next sprint".
that is the built-in approach.
I had this issue too, but the accepted answer wasn't working.
We have a project that would show the field when viewing the issue, but not when creating the issue. Because of that, we could't edit that field at all.
I had to go into Jira Administration > Issues > Screens > SCREEN NAME > Configure, and add the field "Fixed Version/s" (or) "Affects Version/s", and save it.
Then I was able to change the field in the ticket, as described above.
Hi Thomas - I added Release version history to the screens for my projects, but the release version I created won't show up as an option within the tickets when I'm trying to assign a release version...
I was trying to go back to my screens to take a screenshot for context, but now I can't seem to get back to where I was when I edited the screens, so sorry :)
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