Linksy - Advanced Issue Linking
Easily filter out and link issues using custom fields. Display issue details using Issue Panel and link issues from the JSM portal
Two powerful custom fields
Linksy includes two powerful custom fields. Use single or a multi select custom field and easily filter out and link issues using custom fields.
Linksy custom fields can be used in a JSM portal. Easily drag and drop the fields to your request form, improve traceability and link issues straight from the JSM portal.
Use this migration tool to easily sync all of your existing Jira links with the Linksy custom field. With a press of a single button Linksy will go through all issues and check for issue links matching the custom field
Linksy - Advanced Issue Linking lets you use JQL filters and manage your issue links in a user-friendly custom field. The app also allows users to link single or multiple issues based on their preferences.
🔵 Use JQL filters to define which issues will be displayed in the Linksy field
🔵 Use view templates to describe how details of the issues will be displayed
🔵 Create one field and use it in different projects
🔵 Link issues through the JSM portal
🔵 Issue link type sets the way issues are linked with native Jira links
🔵 Create a JQL filter which shows the current values of the issue
🔵 Allow users to select issues for which they do not have browse permissions
🔵 Option to filter linked issues
🔵 Issue Link Resync
🔵 Linked Issues details panel
🔵 Multiple Scheme contexs
🔵 Create own fields to connect issues
🔵 Build own JQL filters to connect issues your way
🔵 Link issues across projects
🔵 Set issue information viewing permissions for the link issue
Privacy and security
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Linksy - Advanced Issue Linking integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Take Jira administration actions (e.g. create projects and custom fields, view workflows, manage issue link types).
- Create and edit project settings and create new project-level objects (e.g. versions and components).
- View system and custom avatars.
- Read custom field contextual configurations.
Define multiple scheme context per field and use different configurations in different projects and issue types