Smart Checklist - Define checklist for IssueType

I am wondering if this works in conjunction with JIRA Service Desk?

I would like for the 'issue types' which are defined from the customer portal (ie. 'Add new account' 'delete system' etc. to, when generated, attach the associated checklist to the issue.

For instance, in the example of 'Add new account', the user would log in to the service desk, select the particular request "add account" and then put in a description "need account for X to access Y.". This would generate an issue of type "Add account". This issue type would be associated with a particular checklist, in this case something like:
* Get approval from App Manager
* Get approval from user's manager
* Create account
* Document account
* Register Training
* Notify User

The goal is that this way, on issues which have consistent checklists, all steps are validated.

Thanks for any insight!

2 answers

Hi @IT Accounts

Thanks for the question!

At this moment Smart Checklist cannot assign default checklist per issue type. However, we have considered your request and added this feature to our backlog. Thank you for your input!

My team would love this feature too!

Hi Becca! It’s in our backlog and we’re going to focus on it very soon!

Hello  👋

Issue Checklist add-on allows setting default checklist for an issue type.

It means that each kind of request (Create Account, Get Approval, etc.) can get its checklist automatically. It improves the daily workflow significantly. 

It works very well with Jira Core, Jira Software and Service Desk as well.

I hope this helps!

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