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URL Creation of Multiple Line Description is not working


I am using URL based JIRA creation and i have an use case where i want to have description created as follows 

Kindly fill the below section. If a question is irrelevant, leave it blank or write N/A

What is the business functionality required?

How this will help?

Acceptance Criteria

 in the URL created i am using


The problem is this appears as following in jira, how to use the next line while creating URL 

Kindly break-down the Epic in tangible deliverables and fill out/describe below points: 1.What is the business functionality/activity required? 2. How this will help? 3. Acceptance Criteria

Note: I am following the logic from this documentation - How to create issues using direct HTML links in Jira Server | Jira | Atlassian Documentation

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Craig Nodwell
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Apr 24, 2023

Hi @Leo Nishanth Anthony you could try ASCII control characters to insert a line feed.  %0A

Have a look at this page here.

@Craig Nodwell fantastic, tested it seems to be working. I will test in detail and update it.. thanks again :) 

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