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like the program overall. It took me longer than I anticipated to learn the navigation. Must have taken me like 2 hours just to find the forms catalog on the main screen.
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To make a field mandatory when used through Jira's user interface, click the Required link associated with that field. The text Required appears next to the field's name. Hidden fields cannot be set as required. To make a field optional, click the Optional link associated with that field.
Select the Jira icon ( , , , or ) > Jira settings > Issues. In the Fields section, click Field configurations. Click Configure next to the field configuration you wish to edit. You will see next to fields that have already been marked required.
Jira application issues are made up of fields. You can choose any number of fields to appear when creating, editing, or transitioning issues. You can also create custom fields for teams working on issues within any of your Jira projects. Custom fields allow people to add information specific to your team's needs.
On the Validators tab, click Add. Select the Fields Required option and click Add. Select the field or fields that you want to make required for the transition. Click Add to complete the creation of a Validator.
2 answers. You do NOT make it editable. You should only set it when closing an issue, and, you should *always* set it, or Jira does not work properly. It does not matter if you think you don't use it, Jira needs it to be used properly.
Select the Jira icon ( , , , or ) > Jira settings > Issues. Under ISSUE ATTRIBUTES, select Resolutions. Fill in the form below the existing resolutions. You can edit the name and description at any time. Don't name resolutions "Unresolved" or "None": Click Add.
The "Resolution" field is an important feature in Jira. It specifies the reason an issue is closed and removes the need of having multiple statuses with the purpose of stating why the issue is closed, thus capturing important data for your team while reducing the time you have to manage your workflow.
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