{panel} markup for note, success, warning, error

Mick van Breukelen October 22, 2020


When an issue is "approved" I want to make the issue a certain styling.

With a manual automation rule, I can "insert" the styling & from there it is quite easily edit the issue into the style that I want it to be.

I am a system administrator in the Jira Cloud environment.

How it works / what is working:

  1. Add automation rule;
  2. Trigger = manual;
  3. Action = set description;
  4. Operations = set value (manually write the value);
  5. Add all of my styling, with header, breaks, numbering and info panels;
  6. Add a h2 with below it {{issue.description}}, to paste the current description below the style make-up

What is not working:

Well, I want to insert a "note panel".

Adding an info panel works as follows:

Enter value for panel

I could not find any other documentation on this, except that this is from "Wiki Renderer Macros Plugin" (can be found in "Manage Apps") and this documentation page.

The documentation is outdated, or at least isn't describing the note, success, warning or error options.

So, what do I need?

What parameter do I need, to insert a note, success, warning or error panel? (instead of the default info panel)

I've already tried {panel:type=note} & {panel:type=Note}

Thank you.

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Mick van Breukelen October 22, 2020


I can't find the answer during hours (not kidding) of searching.

But right after posting, I found it...


For anyone else who is wondering or trying to find this answer.
You can use the bgColor property, with the following codes:

This error panel

This info panel

This success panel

This warning panel

This note panel

erabinovich@ipipeline.com August 20, 2021


This is exactly what I was looking for ;)

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September 26, 2022

That's huge. Thanks for the help. 

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maurício heberle February 5, 2023

Just for the sake of curiosity, where did you find the documentation for those panels?


Thanks for the answer!

Nate Whitehead April 30, 2023

Was searching around for this today - thanks, this solved my problem... My only question now is why does this work!?!?

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Mick van Breukelen October 22, 2020

Follow-up question.

Is this also possible for dates?

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