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How do you hide the Trello link in Jira issues?

Deleted user Sep 12, 2018

When you attach a Jira issue to a card in Trello, it automatically adds a public link in the issue links section of the Jira issue as well. This is not helpful when the Trello board is not accessible to those viewing and working on the Jira issue. How do you prevent the link from being created so it doesn't have to be deleted manually every time?

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Mike Atlassian Team Sep 13, 2018

Hi Sam,

Unfortunately, that action isn't configurable right now, but I can see how that's frustrating! I'll let the team know that's something you'd like to see!

Deleted user Sep 14, 2018

Thanks, Michael.

Hello, is there any update on this? This was posted in 2018.

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I would also appreciate a solution/workaround to this problem.

Anything I add to my private Trello board shows up in Issue History and Activity streams.

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Please get this done. Many users would appreciate it.

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Any update on this issue

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