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ANNOUNCEMENT: Bulk actions in Jira Service Desk Cloud are here!

It's finally here...BULK ACTIONS! This highly requested feature is currently rolling out to Jira Service Desk Cloud customers and will be in your instance soon. With this new feature, you can take the following actions in bulk:

  • Comment internally and publicly on issues
  • Assign issues
  • Delete issues

And even more bulk actions are coming soon! You'll see these new icons when you multi-select issues in the queue view and the issue view. 

Register for Atlassian's FREE Remote Summit on 4/1 to hear about this and more new features in Jira Service Desk: https://atlassian.swoogo.com/summit20_live_stream

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How about bulk deleting customers?  Is there any way to do this?  Is there a way to just delete them all and start from scratch?

Why was WF-transition "resolve issue" left out? This is a pretty obvious use case...you get multiple issues when an incident occurs ans d want to resolve them all at once when it's fixed.

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