There are limited options to work without standard fields as some like Summary are intrinsically mandatory
If you create your own field configuration for your issue type you will be able to hide a number of the other standard fields.
Hi @Tom Lister
Is it also possible to make fields like "Attachments" a mandatory? Right now, in my project, we see some people filling a bug report without much "Description" no "Attachments" and I want to make it a mandatory to file a bug.
Could you please help if there is a way to do it?
take a look at the field configuration options available in your JIRA versions and see what is going to be useful to you in this case
Also in system with no customisation tools you could set up a transition screen that displays reminders to the user of minimum requirements - will work until they get so used to it they start ignoring it again :=)
1. Go to "Jira Settings"
2. Go to "Issues"
3. Go to "Fields Configuration"
4. Click on "Default Fields Configuration" link (or where you want to apply this fields)
5. System opens "View Field Configuration" page
6. In the actions section next to your field choose "required"
Also could you help me with the next issue:
I want to customize fields for my issue type. For this:
1. I created new issue type
2. Created new field configuration and hide all field that I don't want to see in this issue
3. Created new field configuration scheme and associate it with my issue type
when I open my issue ticket - I see all fields that I've hidden before
What is the reason?
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