What's the difference between "blocked" and "has to be done after"?

I'm a little bit confused by two options when linking issues - "blocked" and "has to be done after". How to use them correctly? 

For example, I have an issue, which cannot be completed while another issue not finished. What should I use "blocked" or "has to be done after"?

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That's actually up to you.

The links are configurable and you can name links however you want.  "Has to be done after" is a name one of your adminstrators has added, so I'd suggest you ask them or your colleauges how they intend it to be used.

OK, got it. Thanks for the answer.

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