You should be able to do it by pasting the issue URL on the ticket or by mentioning the ticket key, for example:
Let's say the issue key is JSP-0001 and the URL is http://mycompany.atlassian.net/browse/JSP-0001
In this case you should be able to mention the ticket by pasting the whole URL of the ticket or by mentioning only the ticket key, so JIRA will understand the mention and create the link to the other issue.
Let me know if that doesn't work for you, Davide.
I hope it helps
I've tried adding "[key-num]" as well as "[full url]" link styles to my JIRA issue comments, and am not having any luck getting nice looking issue summaries inline. It's just creating plain old links for me. I've read this thread and there doesn't appear to be a complete answer to the question of how this is set up in a cloud-based JIRA account. It certainly isn't working for me in our default config... Thanks,
Hi Andre and the others, the feature that JIRA automatically adds the summary and the status when you copy and paste of the JIRA issue URL is cool. In a normal JIRA this does´t work. Does anyone know a plugin which adds this feature? Thanks in Advance. Regards from Germany, Julian
Pasting the URL doesn't do that for me either - it just displays as a clickable link. Putting in the issue key makes it into a clickable link to the issue and shows the ticket status along with it. This is the closest I've got on this but would love to see the ticket title show up as well like in @Andre Borzzatto's comment.
Let me try this here: JRA-41017 or https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-41017
It works here if I paste the URL. Not sure if it's a setting or a plugin that we don't have on our cloud Atlassian instance.
I would like this too. Has no one figure out how to do this on a server instance?
@Andre Borzzatto, Seeing as you answered, do you know why this isn't working for us?
I also noticed the @mentions render differently. These have a box but mine is just a hyperlinked name. Could it be the same feature?
@Andre Borzzatto I'd also be very interested in learning how to make our JIRA Server instance display issue mentions like this in comments. Currently all ours does is display the URL with a hyperlink to the issue (instead of the nice graphic with the title and resolved status).
For me on the 1st try it didn't worked neither (on cloud), then copied full URL, put that into brackets , url still shown. Then changed to issue ID and then it worked , even without brackets
Putting now into another comment now working ok. But I see there is some problem, there is green notification about updating data, but also with the RED empty one notification box (no text shown inside)
If you're working on issue JRA-41017, then simply writing the issue key (no url or anything else) should work. (issue description appears in the tooltip on mouseover)
Re: the inclusion of the issue key and description above using the URL - This Answers forum has different functionality; not the case for your standard JIRA software.
I cannot see any Advance Settings in the General Configurations. In the Atlassian documentation I found that The Advanced Settings button is only visible if you have the JIRA System Administrators global permission. (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/Cloud/Configuring+JIRA+Options), but in my instance there is no trace of JIRA System Administrators permission (neither the administrator who created the instance has it). Could you please tell me how can I modify the Advance Settings ?
Maybe something went wrong over the week-end with the Atlassian cloud instance of JIRA & Confluence, but it seems like I lost my inline link's summary for a peculiar reason.
If I look at a JIRA Description, I get this :
and under Confluence I get this :
Before we installed confluence, the link summary in JIRA was perfect and verbose, suddenly or after a potential bad move of one of our admin, our JIRA's links are broken.
I can't find anywhere to configure them. I don't have jira.projectkey.pattern in my advance settings and no way to add any.
Any help on this will be really welcome
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