I've tried to show all Issues from Type Change in the Team Calendar.
The Event Type is "JIRA Issue Dates"
The JQL Query is project = ITSAMPLE AND issuetype = Change
I want to display the Change start date and the change completion date, so i marked it at "Date range" like:
Without marking "Issue Created Date" the Team Calender shows nothing.
Have you any idea how i could display the changes without Issue Created Date?
Thank you very much
After doing a bit of analysis, it would seem that some date fields did not appear in the Team Calendar because they were not indexed in Jira.
Ensure your dates are indexed by editing those fields and specifying a "Search Template", like "Date Time Range Picker", for example.
It would seem that some Service Desk Change Management dates, like "Change Start Date" and "Change Completion Date", for example, had that field set to "None" by default.
Once you index those fields, they can be used in the Team Calendar without having to use the "Issue Created" date.
I had a theory that the Change start date and Change completion date had to be populated to make the date range appear, but even after populating those fields I had to also choose Issue Created Date to get the event to show on the Team Calendar. I opened a bug report:
JIRA Issue Date disappears from Team Calendar unless Issue Created Date is chosen
Please vote for it so it will get more attention from the development team. You may also comment on the bug to emphasize your use case.
For now the workaround is to go ahead and choose Issue Created Date when you set up the Event.
Hi, Jira users! Do you use Jira alongside Microsoft Teams? We want to hear how you’ve used the power of Jira Cloud and Microsoft Teams (via the Jira Cloud for Microsoft Teams app) to achieve a team...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find an event
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no Community Events near you at the moment.Host an event
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local event. Learn more about Community Events