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Create 2 field dropdown , for target a group for selection


Hello everyone

I'm need help beacuase i would like have a 2 field : the first field it's a cascading field (single select) in this field have a 2 values "text" for example "team 1" and "team2".  I would like when i select a "team 1"  in the seconde field he display a list for groups who exist in crowd , for when i create a issue i can select who can look this issue.

So when i select "team 1" in the second field he display me a groups (crowd) and same for "team 2"

 Thanks in advance !

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Dec 24, 2021

You would need to create your own custom-field app to do this "properly", but you can get there with Behaviours.

You'll need to create a single-select list for your first field (or radio button field).  Then create a second custom field which is of type "group picker".

Then use a Behaviour to modify the options the group-picker is offering. can show you how to do that.

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