Thanks for the fast help.
How can I solve this problem?
We will build a questionnaire in Jira with 64 questions. I would like to display these on a single screen.
I thought about the following solution.
I create a custom-dropdown-field with the questions as value. On the screen, I would display the custom-dropdown-field 50 times.
Is there a better solution for this problem?
I think your best option may well be 64 fields, although I'd strongly recommend having a look at the "radio button" and "multi check box" custom field types - they might simplify it if you have yes/no answers
For example, if you had questions like "Do you have pet cats?", "Do you have pet dogs?", "Do you have pet bunnies?", a multi check box would let you say:
"Do you have any pets and what are they?"
The answer would be displayed as "Dogs, Bunnies" (assuming the user ticked dogs and bunnies), but you'd be able to search and do statistics on it.
You can't do this. You need to create each instance as a separate field.
Even if you could repeat fields, it wouldn't help you a lot - the logical structure is that Field X holds data Y for issue Z. If you could place a field more than once, you'd still be stuck because you'd be trying to fit more than one value of Y into a space that can only hold one value.
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