Found follwing comment in the JIRA Docs: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Importing+Data+from+CSV#ImportingDatafromCSV-TipsforimportingCSVdataintoJIRAfields Please note that JIRA has currently two CSV Importers: 1.Available under Issues top menu - is the one that can be used by non-administrator users. It can only create new issues under specified project. It's secure method, but it only allows to use fields that are visible on Create Issue Dialog 2.Available under External System Import in System menu - this one is only for administrators, it gives much bigger power over the importer, e.g: you can specify Issue Keys, Statuses and update existing issues. So if you'd like to update issues you will need to have admin permissions and use the second importer. > So maybe you didn't use the importer for admin which can update the issues?
I've attempted to locate the import csv function and not successful. I only have a "Create Issue" button. I want to import an existing excel spreadsheet with approximately 30 rows and 10 columns into JIRA so that I can subsequently link them to existing JIRAs or work as stand alone JIRAs. Is this possible and if so, how? Thanks.
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