I admit I am lost when it comes to my question.
I am attempting to display a JQL result inside an issue in Jira.
Just as one can add customfields to an issue I would like to add the results of a JQL search inside an issue in Jira.
My Use-Case is having a sub-task and somehow displaying all issues of a type I call (test plans). These issues do not necessarily belong to this sub-task. But nevertheless I would like to display them inside the issue itself. It is for tracking purposes. I am aware this can be put into a dashboard of some sort, but the use-case is displaying them inside the issues themselves that way the users do not need to click around since there is crucial information displayed in these sub-tasks themselves.
I searched online for any guidance but found none.
I would greatly appreciate any help/guidance on this item!
Thank you for your time!!
I think this plugin could help you achieve what you are looking for: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/ru.mail.jira.plugins.lf.queryfields/server/overview
I don't have any experience with the plugin but the reviews seem to be positive.
Let us know if it helped.
Hello @Maarten Cautreels,
Thank you for your response, I appreciate it.
i took a look at the Plugin.
this plugin seem so to display JQL response but only the issue name/key in a custom field of type select list. Would you know of a plugin that allows a table to be displayed?
ideally I would like to display the issue, issue key, issue priority, issue status, issue assigne.
is this something that can be achieved?
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