Some weeks ago, I did a question regarding the usage of JIRA subtasks with Work Calendar. Initially I thought that it was not possible to include sub-tasks in the calendar. However, I have noted that it is possible.
The problem is that they are not listed in the proposed issues when typing sub-tasks in the "Issue key" field. It occurs even if I use the filter "all issues" or even if I create a new filter with all sub-tasks included. Anyway, if I force the key of the "Issue key" field, it is correctly included. But it is a bit tedious since you require to know a priori the sub-tasks key.
Therefore, do yo plan to enable the listing of sub-tasks in the "Issue key" filter?
Since version 2.1 issues auto-complete takes into account filter or projects selected on the left pane so only applicable issues are suggested and here I hit a bug from atlassian: https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/ACJIRA-314.
Even after atlassian fix the bug, the fix will be only in newer JIRA versions. So I need to revert the auto-complete to show all issues, ignoring the criteria on the left pane. I am just from vacations and will do the fix till end of the week.
Just released version 2.4 that includes fix for the issue key auto-complete.
Please be aware that during next 2 weeks I will be merging Server and Cloud versions of the Work Calendar. This requires recreation of the Work Calendar marketplace listing. Since it will be a new marketplace listing, you will need to uninstall the current version and install the new one. I will contact you with detailed instructions.
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