I am trying to add update "Resolved" status as a post function in my workflow, for tickets that have been closed. However when I go to the "Add Post Function" page, select update issue field and select "Resolution", I am unable to select "Resolved" or "Unresolved", as they do not appear in the drop-down list. There do appear to be several custom entries, but I know that the resolved and unresolved status are used on other projects.
Is this intended functionality? Or is it likely some settings have been altered on this field by an admin or something?
But currently, all my Resolution fields read "Unresolved" (still fine-tuning my workflow). I only want the resolution to change at this stage, to make the Dashboard and Confluence widgets, and several filters, work better. Doesnt this mean that it is already always set to NULL? I dont want the team members to be able to select a resolution here - I would like it to be automatic, so this project only will use Resolved and Unresolved.
For a classic/server project, you use the "update field" post-function to clear the resolution. When you select "resolution" you'll find the first option in the drop-down list of possible values is "none". When you save the new post function, it will show as "the resolution will be cleared", rather than "resolution will be set to none" - I think this looks a bit inconsistent to us!
Next-gen projects do not expose the workflow though, they should set resolution for you behind-the-scenes. When you are looking at a Next-gen project, you should be seeing "this is a next gen project" towards the bottom left of the admin screens (in a light-ish grey, and very small, and hence easy to miss)
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