Is it possible to dynamically change issue collector values?

I'm having a problem with Issue Collector field values, but in documentation I found only how to set default values, is it possible to dynamically change field values?

For example if I change my email in the web app (it's a single page application), I'd like to see the new value in Issue Collector modal.

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Hi Arthur,

There is a good article titled Advanced use of the JIRA issue Collector that you may be interested in.  There are two sections in particular that you want to review to get started:Setting field values from JavaScriptExamples of how to set specific field types



Hello, Branden.

The problem is, that the fields can only be set once.

The case is:

  1. User opens Issue collector
  2. All fields are filled with user data, like name, email, etc.
  3. User closes Issue collector
  4. User changes email
  5. User opens Issue collector again
  6. All fields are still filled with old user data

It all happens without page reload.

How can I set the new email in Issue Collector on next opening?

Thank you.

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