i really need your help. Today, i spend my whole time to read the documentation of Jira but at least it helped me just a bit. There were things i learned and things i used to.
Till today we are working with the Default Templates. I managed to create a new workflow. I also managed to create transitions screens in that workflow. This is working fine so far.
What do i want now?
- I want to add custom fields in the issue screens.
- but i do not want the custom fields in every issue type … for example: bug -> here we want much more of fields (device, point of time, steps to reproduce) and we do not need this fields in a task-issue.
How are the right steps to do that?
Congrats! You've stepped into a new world of customization.
For example, say I had a project with the key TEST. I have the Issue Types of: Bug, Task and Sub-Task. All of those I want to have different fields on. When I create the screens I would create them as:
TEST Bug Create/Edit/View Screen - This is presuming they share all operations. I would add the fields desired to this screen. Generally, for organization, I do: [Project Key][Issuetype][Function]
I'd then create one for Task and Sub-Task, defining fields as applicable.
Then I would create a Screen Scheme, where the new Issuetype screens are associated with the Issue Type (i.e bug --> bug). Hopefully that makes sense!
I would configure my custom field to be only available for required issue types.
This allows you to control on which types the field is available.
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