Field Behaviours for Jira Cloud
- Jira Software
Control how your fields behave in issue create screen according to projects, issue types, users or changes in other fields
Control how your fields behave
Change names, descriptions, values of the fields, hide options in select-fields, hide fields or make them read-only depending on projects, issue types, current user or a change in another field
Easily use data from your APIs in configurations
You are not limited to the data inside Jira in your operations. By allowing sending data to external API’s and fetching data from them, the app allows you to create more enhanced behaviours.
5 fields & custom fields of 6 types are supported
System Fields: Assignee, Priority, Summary, Labels and Description. Custom Field Types: Single Select, Multiple Select, Paragraph, Text Field, Single User Picker, Multi User Picker.
"Field Behaviours for Jira" enable you to control how your fields behave in issue creation screen. You can change names, descriptions, values of the fields, change visibility of options, hide fields or make them read-only/required depending on projects, issue types, current user or a change in another field. Also, you are not limited to the data inside Jira in your operations. By allowing sending data to external APIs and fetching data from them, it provides more flexibility and customized issue create view.
- Set value
- Set Name
- Set Description
- Make required
- Make read-only
- Hide options
Supported Field Types:
- Single Select
- Multiple Select
- Text Field
- User Picker
- Multiple User Picker
Two new custom field types are also provided: Multi Context Single Select List and Multi Context Multi Select List. Those select lists can have different option sets for different issue types under a project.
Privacy and security
Field Behaviours for Jira Cloud 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).
- View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
- Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
- Read and write to app storage service