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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.
Resolutions are the ways in which an issue can be closed. https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Defining+Status+Field+Values. Statuses are used to represent the position of the issue in its workflow.
Resolutions are the ways in which an issue can be closed. https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Defining+Status+Field+Values. Statuses are used to represent the position of the issue in its workflow.
Statuses represent the position of an issue in its workflow. A status can be mapped to one workflow step. Resolutions are the ways in which an issue can be closed. Read more about the default statuses, resolutions and priorities that come with your Jira products.
Login to JIRA as system administrator. Go to Administration and go to Issues. Find Resolutions and use the "Add new resolution" option to create a new resolution called "Done". Now when you try to close the issue, you will be able to set the Resolution to "Done".
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.
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.
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