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    by Top Shelf Solutionsfor JIRA Server 6.3 - 7.2.2
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    Add simple tasks and checklists in your Issue Descriptions and Comments

    Add simple tasks and checklists in your Issue Descriptions and Comments

    Quick Task entry with a simple new macro

    Simply Click the Checkbox to mark a task as done

    Create Templates for reusable Tasklists

    Add Task items with an easy new {task} macro anywhere in Issue Descriptions and Comments.

    Checking a task automatically saves the checked state in JIRA, without having to edit the issue itself.

    Easily create Tasklist Templates for common and repeatable tasks. Add them to your Issues with a new {tasklist} macro.

    More details

    Do you ever run into lengthy JIRA Issues that have multiple steps that should be checked off as progress is made, but these individual steps don't quite qualify to be split into actual JIRA subtasks?

    Or do you encounter new todos and requirements in issues that should be tracked as a result of lengthy discussions?

    Yeah, we had the same problem, so we created Simple Tasklists - a quick way to create simple tasks within an Issue, right in the description or any comment.

    Use the new {task} macro like this - {task}try this plugin{task} and a checklist item is created and tracked in the sidebar of the Issue.

    Want it even quicker? Simply type /t and the macro will be inserted for you.

    Have some repeatable tasks? Create a Tasklist template and insert it via a new {tasklist} macro.

    Mark a Task as done by simply clicking a checkbox, no need to edit an Issue.

    Just in case you're worried we've also added a fancy condition you can enable to prevent Issue transitions if any open tasks are present.

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    by Ivan Belov on 2016-09-26
    Very nice addon, thank you for it! But we've got a bug: it's impossible to add simple task while you working with issue on rapid board.
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    by Reykh Evgeny on 2015-07-06
    Good addon, but some features are requred: * mail on tick task is not sent * it's really makes me crazy to create list using {task} macro every time, is it possible to make something like: ** {code}[_space_]{code} for not checked task ** {code}[+]{code} for checked task
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    by Fred Dullemond on 2015-06-10
    Very nice addon, which helps a lot in organizing all the little activities which are needed to perform our task release activities. Especially the user mentioning [~admin] is nice, however it would be even better if one could use assignee and reporter for that also, like [~assignee]
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    by Thomas Pike on 2015-05-27
    A great, easy-to-use plugin with good support.
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    by Marcin Fulara on 2015-04-23
    Very nice add-on, quick creation of tasks ability to "tick" it when completed without having to edit... Just one setback noticed - it's bugged in both issue navigator (can't click on some tasks) and in dashboard gadgets when you use "watched issues" or "assigned to me" sort of gadgets which basicaly serve as filtered issue navigator. In these gadgets on dashboard (when you have tasks written down in description and you see the description column) you can easily mark or unmark the tasks, but that has no effect on issues - there it's still in the original state, no changes have been made. Same with refreshing the page - if u mark a task on dashboard gadget and refresh the page - it comes back to original (unmarked) state.
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    Top Shelf Solutions

    Hi Marcin, thank you for the kind review. I'm glad you like the plugin. We'll investigate the issues you've described and make sure they get addressed with the next version (which we are currently preparing for release). Cheers, - Anthony

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    Versions

    Version 1.1.1 JIRA Server 6.3 - 7.2.2 Released 2016-09-20

    Summary

    JQL Support to Search for Tasks & Bug Fixes

    Details

    New Features
    • added JQL support to allow searching through all tasks, open tasks, and closed tasks
    • JQL supports the IS EMPTY and IS NOT EMPTY operators to identify issues with any tasks, with open tasks, with closed tasks, or any combination there
    • JQL also supports the "contains" (~) operator, which allows searching for text content within tasks

    Bug Fixes

    • fixed a bug where deleting a JIRA issue with tasks would cause the tasks to get orphaned
    • fixed several issues in JIRA 6.3.x related to inserting templates

    Installation

    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Simple Tasklists via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Simple Tasklists. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Simple Tasklists begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older Simple Tasklists versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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