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Writing a draft of an incident

In today's modern world of collaboration, wouldn't it be a great idea to allow someone to write a draft of an incident and then other team members could review that draft before publishing?

Does anyone else have a requirement to get an incident report 'signed off' before it's actually posted and have you put anything in place to achieve that?

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Atlassian Team
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Mar 06, 2023

Hey Ed, 
Thanks for reaching out to Atlassian Community. 

I'm afraid that at the moment it's not possible to create an incident with a draft state, but we do have a feature request for that. I've gone ahead and added you to the following feature request here which would allow for incident drafts: STATUS-15

It is not currently public, but if my product team ever decides to implement it, we will make sure to reach out. 

As a workaround, you can try using our incident templates. Please see 

Best Regards,

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