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How to insert several line breaks in the description, using direct HTML links in Jira Server?

Andre A_ I'm New Here Nov 30, 2022

Hi
I have found this articel here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-create-issues-using-direct-html-links-in-jira-server-159474.html

Which, in general, works pretty fine. The only thing I am struggling with is, when I want to prefill the description field with, for example, the 'Definition of Done' as a check list for the development team.

For that, I would want to have the Definition of Done rather on the bottom of the description field, means, I would want to insert several "line breaks" before it.

For the html link, this would mean to add several "%0A". When doing so (e.g. "%0A%0A%0A%0A"), it results in only one line break and not several. Even adding a space after the line break (e.g. "%0A%20%0A%20%0A%20%0A%20"), does not help. It still results in only one line break (and I anyway would prefer not to have a space at the beginning of every line).

Is there anyone out there, that has a solution for this particular topic?

 

Thanks a lot and best regards
Andre

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