This may or may not be a unique situation, so any creative suggestions on how to solve this would be appreciated.
With that in mind. Let's use an example issue where we wanted to create a task in JIRA for our forty ships,
That one issue, is actually 40 issues. Because we want each ship's assignee, to produce a unique rack elevation. 40 drawings, from 40 different assignees.
From an oversight perspective, we would prefer see in the JIRA board which ships are done, and which are not, etc.
All very well conceptually, until we wear the shoes of the requestor. As the requestor within JIRA, must we:
Or is there an easier way either through customization, workaround, addons, that people are aware of that can do this in a more user friendly manner. Maybe there has not been the exact issue reported on here, but even something could marginally help would be better than what we have now.
My worry is if we have to create an issue 40 times and fill in every field 40 times, we'll naturally default to just e-mailing the ships the task and ask them to reply once done. A process I'd prefer to move away from...
Using some scripting tool like script runner you can achieve this kind of behavior, for example:
Then you can improve this logic by changing some fields based on the assignee, that should be possible too.
I’m a designer on the Jira team. For a long time, I’ve fielded questions from other designers about how they should be using Jira Software with their design team. I’ve also heard feedback from other ...
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