Custom Checkbox

Hi,

In JIRA (6.2.7) , I have created a custom (Multi) checkbox

I don't want to add the default value , is it possible to just add checkbox with field name....

Any thoughts ,Appreciated.

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Yes, leave the default unselected.  You'll get your list of checkmarks with their names and none of them selected

it does not allow me to uncheck the box ....hmm may be I am missing something..

 can you please point me to right direction

Thanks

Bug002.jpg

That's fine, it's telling you that you have not set a default

This is wat I see on my main screen Bug003.jpg

 

it does not allow me to uncheck the box here

Guess I phrase the question wrong sorry about that, when creating a new custom field I selected the checkbox and added name ....I don't want to enter any options as below ...I am looking to create a just checkbox field

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Ah, I see, you're not quite seeing how the field works. You need to add an option to the list. Then leave the default unselected. That will give you a single, unchecked box on your screen, which the user can check if they want.

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