Unfortunately attachments aren't yet supported in the Clone Issue action. I have raised an issue to track this - https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-162
We are currently working on some high priority items so we wont get to for a little bit but you aren't the first person to ask for it so we will try to get to soon.
Co-founder at Code Barrel
Unfortunately we haven't gotten to this yet. Though having recently implemented IF/ELSE support, added a bunch of Software Support and improved smart fields, this is now our most popular issue.
While I can't make any promises on delivery this issue is definitely front of mind.
I'll update this post once we implement it.
Any update on the progress for Cloud?
We have Service Desk tickets that create new tickets onto our Boards upon submission. I know you guys have implemented something to be able to reference original attachments as links (no thumbnail) to the newly created tickets. However we are desperate to be able to reference comment attachments from Linked Issues the same way.
Wondering if this can be achieved somehow?
When Atlassian has ceded functionality to an addon vendor, they will never replace it. Here, scriptrunner can do this on cloud (according to https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Answers-Developer-Questions/Clone-issue-with-attachments/qaq-p/564257). I would not expect this request to ever be implemented and you need to buy scriptrunner and learn groovy.
our cloud app Deep Clone for Jira would also be an option.
It is possible to:
Of course this is another paid app from a vendor, but at least you don't have to learn groovy to use it :)
@David Aguilera , I am very sorry if my post annoyed you.
This issue was created in the "Marketplace apps & integrations" category and in the original question I could not find any hint, that this thread was referring only to solutions which do not require a plug in.
Sorry, if I overlooked something.
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