In this release we have fixed an issue with incorrect sub-tasks filtering as well as showing correct screen for sub-task if it has own configuration
Define subtask types for issues
Select which subtask types are allowed for particular standard issue type (e.g. Epic, Story or Bug). Each standard issue type can have a unique set of subtask types. The mapping works for custom issue types too.
Check issue types mapping in a project
Check how issue types mapping affects a particular project. Some of the subtask types can be enabled in the mapping, but may be absent in project issue types.
Enforce only valid subtask type selection
Based on the issue types mapping user would be able to create only those subtask types which are enabled for the parent issue
End of Life warning - add-on will be removed from the Marketplace on Oct 1, 2017
When in your Jira project there are a lot of different issue types are enabled you might want to reduce the list of subtask types which are available for the parent issue to simplify user experience with subtasks.
Issue Subtask Types add-on enables you to define a mapping between parent issue type and it's subtask types and enforce user to select the type of subtask from the configured options only.
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- Version 1.0.3 • Released 2017-04-13 • Supported By Broken Build • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
- Version 1.0.2 • Released 2017-01-31 • Supported By Broken Build • Paid via Atlassian • Commercial
In this release we have fixed an issue with incorrect sub-tasks filtering when they contained non-alphanumeric symbols in their names
- Version 1.0.1 • Released 2016-08-03 • Supported By Broken Build • Paid via Atlassian • CommercialNo release notes.