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How to disable Trello adding card links to Jira issues?

I'm using a personal Trello board to keep track of tasks, and I sometimes attach Jira issues to the cards using Jira Power-up. It's really convenient to see the color-coded status of the issue right on the board.

However, when I attach an issue to a card, it automatically creates a link in the Jira issue to the card. Since the board is personal, these links are unnecessary and distracting to the people using Jira.

Is there any way to disable this?

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Alex Waite Atlassian Team Feb 06, 2022

Hi @Evgeniy Shemchuk, I don't believe there's any way to disable this while you have the Jira Power-Up enabled. 

Hi @Alex Waite , why don't you implement this? Many users ask for this. I think it's even more common to have it unidirectional than bidirectional.

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Hi @Alex Waite ,

is there any update on this?

I also find this very annoying.  My Trello board is personal, I don't want the links created on the JIRA tickets!

Is there any update on this, what can be done @Alex Waite ?

Would be great to have an option on the JIRA Power Up settings to control this - a checkbox to disable the behaviour for example.

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