Join Robert Anthony for an in-depth discussion in this video Properties, part of JIRA Software: Advanced Administration.
- [Instructor] The last thing we're going to talk about…in this section is properties.…What properties can do, in a nutshell,…is restrict the options available…during a transition on the field level.…Now, I want to caution you from tinkering…around too much with properties.…Even in the Atlassian documentation shown here,…Atlassian cautions you against using these properties too…extensively, we'll make sure that that link is shown…for you to check out yourself.…A perfect example of where to use this is…in our complete transition.…If you'll recall, we set up our complete transition…for a pop-up, or transition screen to appear,…asking us to choose a resolution,…and not allowing us to proceed unless we've chosen…that resolution via the fields required validator.…
However, maybe we have too many resolutions to choose from,…and most aren't relevant for this issue type.…We can remove the irrelevant resolution values…on the system level, but then other projects…within the instance wouldn't have access…to these resolutions, and they may need them.…
- Configuring and editing a custom field
- Creating and editing field configuration schemes
- Copying a screen
- Creating a new screen scheme
- Adding fields
- Creating advanced workflows
- Issue security
- JIRA notifications
- Creating a new event
- Firing a custom event in a workflow
Skill Level Advanced
Atlassian JIRA: Installing and Administeringwith Sandra Toner2h 58m Intermediate
Learning Jira Software 7.0-7.4with Robert Anthony1h 7m Beginner
JIRA Software: Basic Administrationwith Robert Anthony2h 14m Intermediate
1. Overview of Advanced Administration in JIRA
4. Advanced Workflow Creation
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