How do I navigate to the bulk clone functionality after adding the Bulk Clone add-on to JIRA?
The link to the documentation takes me no where. I can find any helpful documentation on this.
Never mind. I dug around and found it by going to the project and choosing Bulk Clone from there. I wish I had known that before because I thought it was going to be available in the search results > Tools > Bulk Change menu - which is where I wish it was because now everything I want to clone has to be the result of a filter but if I could do this through the Bulk Change menu I could un-include one or two in the bulk clone. Plus this add-on has no "are you sure" page or "here is what you are going to clone are you ok with this before we do this" option.
Hi Doug, Documentation about this plugin can now be found at: http://www.lbconsultinggroup.org/bulkclone-basic-documentation/ and it is also referenced from the documentation link at Atlasssian Marketplace Cheers Lars Broden
The functionality of bulk clone is nice, and we're using it. However, it doesn't work the way our users 's expect it to.
Before you commercialize it, please change it so that it works as a standard Bulk Change operation from the issue search screen. In addition to working a standard way, this also lets bulk clones run with any JQL query, not just based on a filter.
Could expert can help in Bulk clone test cases, example: 500 test cases created to test IE browser & need to clone/create same test cases run with Chrome, firefox, safari browsers with different ids, the reason being track the results in different Browsers.
please provide some steps, would be very much appriciated....
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