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Description & Comment Templates for Jira Cloud


by MrAddon® by TecnoFor


Cloud


Paid


Set the Template in the Description ( use the buttons "Set Desc" and "Save") for repetitive tasks. You have until 4 templates to save.

Now also Description Templates by Project and IssueType with no Jira Admin intervention required


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Description

With the installation of this app, you will be able to manage until 4 description templates in your Jira Cloud instance. Very useful for repetitive tasks creation.

The description templates are stored and processed in cookies in the Browser. Just install and ready to use it. Plug & Play.

Since October 2022 you can configure Description Templates by Project and IssueType with no Jira Admin intervention!

Since November 2022 you can configure Comment Templates!

See this video for more info:

👉 https://youtu.be/0gUnY5yAHbY


Compatible with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Firefox


Install addon

Follow the classic way to install using the Find new apps, as shown below

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Very Important: A Chrome or Microsoft Edge or Firefox extension must be installed. In your Jira go to “Apps → DescTemplates!” to install the browser App extension.




General Configuration

No General Configuration is needed. Just use it (big grin)


Usage

Just create a new issue with the usual standard button of Jira “Create”, From “App”->”NewIssue!” or from board backlogs with description mandatory.




a specific text is added and we can use it. In this sample, We have stored two different templates.


See this video for more info:

👉 https://youtu.be/jTAjV9OyPL8


Usage: Description Templates by Project and IssueType

Since October 2022, we have released a new powerful feature! Templates by Project with no Jira Admin intervention!!

Just create a ticket in your project with summary “TEMPLATE:IssueTypeName”, ex: “TEMPLATE:Bug” and the system will use the description of the ticket for the next created Bugs. You can also define a “TEMPLATE:Default” summary to apply to the rest of IssueTypes.

Is plug’n’play!

See this video for more info:

👉  https://youtu.be/0gUnY5yAHbY



Comment Templates in Jira Issues

Since November 2022 you can configure Comment Templates!


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Release Notes

03-May-2022 Now is a paid add-on with official support

05-Sep-2022 In the next days we will release a super new feature! New feature! Configurable default description templates per project and issuetype! No Jira Cloud administrator intervention required! Coming soon!

13-Oct-2022 Released Templates by Project with no Jira Admin intervention!! Just create a ticket in your project with summary “TEMPLATE:IssueTypeName”, ex: “TEMPLATE:Bug” and the system will use the description of the ticket for the next created Bugs. You can also define a “TEMPLATE:Default” summary to apply to the other IssueTypes.

07-Nov-2022 Released a new feature: Save until 4 Comment Templates




4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    somehow my layout in create issue can’t select Desctemplates! and nor can i update the template name or content

    already has the chrome addon

    1. Hello! Once installed the plugin in Jira by a Jira Administrator, all users will see in the header options in “Apps” a new 2 options called “DescTemplates!” and “NewIssue!”

      First you must click in “DescTemplates!” to install the plugin in the Chrome or Firefox browser

      After this, you can click in Jira in the header “Apps” and then “NewIssue!” to create new issues with a description template, save new templates of description fields , etc

      Regards

  2. Anonymous

    Once the template is set up and I create the new issue using the template, the description field does not show the template content after creation

    1. Hello! I’m trying just now and all works fine. Remember go to Apps → NewIssue! to create the issue in full screen in order to see the buttons of the description templates (below the description field).

      See attached screenshots, regards!

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