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JIRA Cloud - Can you use the same "field" multiple times on the same screen?


I need to document a list of Part Numbers and sort on them individually so I don't want to use a generic multi-line field.  Can I use a custom field "PartNo" multiple times on the same screen or do I need to create multiple fields?

TIA (Thanks In Advance)

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Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_
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Apr 19, 2023

Hi @SQAMonkey,

The simple answer is no, you cannot use a single field multiple times on the same screen.

As a workaround, you may want to set up a multi-select list custom fields that holds the list of available parts and lets your users select multiple options from that list.

Hope this helps! 

It does, thank you.  I'm not sure of the part numbers or how many part numbers will eventually be needed so a multi-select list I can update as we go sounds like the right solution. 

I have a follow up question though if you don't mind.  Can I create filters and reports that access individual members of a the multi-select list.


Say I want to find out how many issues were opened that includes a subset of the "part numbers" over period of time? 

Thanks again.

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