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The Atlassian JIRA {code} macro is covered in section Advanced Formatting within the Text Formatting Notation Help: Makes a preformatted block of code with syntax highlighting. All the optional parameters of {panel} macro are valid for {code} too. The default language is Java but you can specify others too, including ActionScript, Ada, AppleScript, bash, ...


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The instructions to do this can be found in the manual: Log in as a user with the JIRA Administrators global permission. Select Administration > Issues > Priorities to open the View Edit the existing priorities or you can add your own.


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One possibility would be to make a JQL query, save it as a filter and then subscribe to this filter. 1. JQL query The following query gets all issues that are assigned to me and had a dependency resolved in the last 24 hours: assignee = currentUser() and ( issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("resolutiondate >=-24h", "is necessary for") or ...


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Update: Based on my manual research, I think I found a pattern. It seems only the 2-byte characters in the range U+203C through U+3299 are supported. This includes the Miscellaneous Symbols Unicode block (U+2600-U+26FF). U+203C-U+3299 ‼️⁉️™️ℹ️↔️↕️↖️↗️↘️↙️↩️↪️⌚️⌛️⌨️⏏️⏩⏪⏫⏬⏭⏮⏯⏰⏱⏲⏳⏸⏹⏺Ⓜ️▪️▫️▶️◀️◻️◼️◽️◾️☀️☁️☂️☃️☄️☎️☑️☔️☕️☘️☝️☠️☢️☣️☦️☪️☮️☯️☸️☹️☺️♀♂♈️♉️♊️♋️♌️♍️♎...


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You can't do this out of the box. You could write a full-fledged Java plugin to do it, or you could likely use the Script Runner for JIRA plugin to do most of the work. You could also use an external script or application that talks to the APIs for Confluence and JIRA.


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By default it uses the Default Text Renderer on the Description field. You may need to edit your field configuration(s) (as admin) to use the Wiki Style Renderer


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In version 6 of Greenhopper (Agile) and probably earlier versions, you can do this by going to the Scrum Board, then selecting Tools > Configure from the menu on the right. Then select the Columns tab if it isn't already and you should then be able to in-line edit the titles by clicking on them.


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You can add a filter to the Activity Stream for the project you're interested in. You would need to edit the Activity Stream configuration, check the box for Apply filters, add the Project filter and select your project in the list. See the JIRA 4.4 Activity Stream documentation for a screen shot and more details: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/...


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I've found the answer. On the current version of JIRA, use the following JQL: issueFunction in commented("by dr01") ORDER BY createdDate DESC


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As you may know, JIRA Service Desk is licensed "per agent" and not per user. What's the difference between an agent and a JIRA user? JIRA Service Desk agents work on requests and respond to customers. In JIRA Service Desk, customers do not consume user license seats. If you have a JIRA Service Desk project, there is no limit as to the number of customers ...


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First select some random text in the issue description and then click on the attachment.


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By default you will receive notification of any @mentions, so it is just the assignment emails that need work. JIRA doesn't do 'per user' notification schemes, only setting them at a project level. This makes changes that only affect some users tricky. One approach would be to set all the "spammy" notifications to go to a group that includes every except ...


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Try Visual editing. As a JIRA administrator, you have to enable this feature in System > User interface > rich text editor. This should provide two buttons at the bottom of the description field, that allow you to switch between Text and Visual mode. Entering Visual mode shows the preview you're looking for. See JIRA Core documentation for further ...


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You could ask your Jira administrator to install and enable the Bug Watcher Notifications add-on. The add-on needs to be configured/enabled on a per project basis (but could be configured as enabled by default on all new projects). This plugin allows the Jira admin to configure a JIRA project with only a minimum Notification Scheme or none at all, and it ...


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If you add a comment then this is recorded as a work log (you can see this by using the left hand 'all' options on comments. So building a JQL filter based on: worklogAuthor= currentUser() ORDER BY updatedDate desc Should find all issues that you've commented on. It may also show you tickets that you've logged work against (eg using Tempo) so it may need ...


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The JQL assignee = currentUser() OR assignee was currentUser() worked fine for me. Perhaps you had some other problem with JIRA?


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You can also configure the Board to group the cards by Epic in Configure Board->Swimlanes->Base Swimlanes on Epics. To really put issues "under" an Epic the Structure Plugin might be what you are looking for.


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You can enable the Epic Link field to be shown (in your projects screen scheme). Then every card will have a field UI for selecting which Epic it is associated with. This is the modern / current convention.


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