New Feature Announcement
Global Checklists are currently in BETA and will be available in Issue Checklist for Jira ENTERPRISE once released. Contact our support team if you currently use Issue Checklist for Jira PRO would like to participate in the Beta.
Installing, Uninstalling, and Updating Issue Checklist for Jira
Installing Issue Checklist
To install Issue Checklist:
Navigate to Jira Settings > Apps > Find new apps.
Type Issue Checklist in the search field.
You will have the option of installing Issue Checklist Pro or Issue Checklist Free (see this page for a feature comparison).
Click on the Try it free button (Pro) or the Get app button (free)
Uninstalling Issue Checklist
To uninstall Issue Checklist:
Navigate to Jira Settings > Apps > Manage apps.
Click on Issue Checklist to expand the details sections.
Once Issue Checklist is uninstalled, the checklist UI will no longer appear on Jira issues. If the Save checklist data to Jira custom fields global setting was enabled when the app was in use, then checklist data will still be available in Checklist Text field. Adding the field to the screen will make checklist data visible on the issue.
Updating Issue Checklist
Jira will automatically updates Cloud apps to the latest version . However, if Jira fails to retrieve the latest version of Issue Checklist, then a Free update available notice will appear on the Issue Checklist panel under Manage apps (Jira Settings > Apps > Manage apps). Click the Update button to be updated to the latest version.
Version, License Status & SEN
To find your current version, navigate to Jira Settings > Apps > Manage Apps. Click on Issue Checklist to expand the details sections. The Version status is listed at the top of the center column.
Current License Status & SEN
To find your current license status, navigate to Jira Settings > Apps > Manage Apps. Click on Issue Checklist to expand the details sections. The License status and SEN are listed in the center column.
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