I've searched the Online Help and didn't find any information regarding my questions.
1. Is there a list of all used labels in my account? Where can I find it?
2. I'd like to rename some of our labels as they are actually a shortcut and I'd like to use the longer form for better understanding.
Looking forward to your answers.
We're using Jira OnDemand with Greenhopper.
i don't think you can able to rename labels in jira, what you can do is create a new label and add to the issues and remove the existing label
issue has already submitted for the same: https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/LBL-146
may be other users have better solution!!
Thanks for your quick answer.
The problem here ist, that you have to navigate to each issue, add a new label and delete the old one. A bulk change is no alternative as every other label will be deleted in such a process.
i really hope there's another possibility.
Thanks for the link to the issue. hope it will soon be a new feature ;-) altough the issue ist from 2012...
You could look at the database entries for the labels. Each project has a set of labels defined.
From there you could update the affected labels directly.
select * from jiradb.label; update jiradb.label set label="newlabel" where id=10301;
Please note though, I doubt this is a proper method to perform the action, but it does work on my test systems.
There is no default feature in Jira to view all labels. We have released a new add-on which allows viewing and managing labels quite easy:
This is currently available for Jira Cloud. It allows you to:
- View all labels in one place
- Number of issues under a label
- Rename or change label (which is reflected in all issues)
If you find any bugs or have questions, feel free to contact us.
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