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How can I disable the 'Labels' option from 'More Actions' menu

I would like to disable 'Labels' option from 'More Actions' menu (as picture below), because I can't find this 'Labels' field at the custom field page, and also can't display this field on the issue view screen. Please help me on how to achieve this. Thanks


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Moses Thomas Community Leader Apr 19, 2021

@Janet Juo I should have added,

This is the way, If you have the script runner plugin, you can do this.

1. Install the script runner plugin(paid) at the Atlassian market place\

2. Go to Manage Apps > SCRIPT RUNNER > Fragments > Create Script Fragments > Hide system or plugin UI element

3. Under Hide what "Type label > the module key for the web item is com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issueoperations:edit-labels

4. Under conditions enter the below ( it will hide the labels button in only this project.

jiraHelper.project?.key != "PROJECTKEY"

5. If you want to hide for all users in the project except for jira-adminstrators the enter the condition below

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor
def currentUser = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext().getLoggedInUser()
def userUtil = ComponentAccessor.userUtil
def groupName = "jira-administrators"

userUtil.getGroupNamesForUser( || jiraHelper.project?.key != "PROJECTKEY"


Kind regards,


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Moses Thomas Community Leader Mar 09, 2020

@Janet Juo  No for now  you can't.


Best regards,


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