todolist: can I clear (untick) the checklist content while cloning issue?

Hi,

I found this plugin as a great one.. and for free. Thanks!

One little thing bothers me. I wish to clear (untick) the whole default content of the checklist when I clone issue. E.g. first issue has 3 out of 5 todo positions ticked, then I clone that issue and expect that the new issue will have the very same 5 todo positions, but all of them unticked.

Is that possible?

Now, I have the effect (which is quite logical) that all fields are copied one-to-one and therefore (still) 3 out of 5 todo positions ticked.

I tried to add a post function (called "Update Issue Custom Field") in workflow editor. I added it to transition "Create", but I don't know the correct query I should apply (in screen called "Add Parameters to Function"), so the plugin will understand it. For now, I have the effect that after Clone, new issue have empty ToDo list i.e. all 5 todo positions are lost.

Do you get my point or should I give more details or explanations?

Best regards,

Tomek

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Hi was this ever implemented as this is exactly what I am looking to do, could it be scripted in some way to clear the checked data but leave the list in place?

Thank you in advance,

same here. really would love to know this answer. 

Hi Tomek,

For bugs, please, create tickets here: https://bitbucket.org/amarkelov/andreymarkelov-atlas-plugins-todolist/issues

It is possible without account.

About question: do you need correct string value? BTW: my skype is andrey.markelov2 (I can help any time)

-- Andrey

Please, provide more info: how do you clone issues?

I clone issue by clicking MORE -> CLONE.

Could you clarify what is jira version?

v6.0.4

Thanks in advance.

I will look at clone.

So, you want to have post function that will be tick/untick all todo?

yes, that would be great.

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