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Jira Issues Calendar

Jira issues contain a significant amount of date-related information, including Creation, Resolution, Due dates, and Custom date fields.

Linking Jira issues to Environments through Environment Custom Fields enables direct integration with Golive Timelines, enhancing management and visibility. This makes them ideal candidates as Events on Golive Timelines. Additionally, Jira issues are well-suited for building advanced Environment Booking and Reservation or Change Approval workflows,.

To maximize the utility of Issue Calendars, it's essential to familiarize yourself with their basic concepts and features. If you're new to Calendars, refer to the Timeline Core Concepts article.

Set up an Issue Calendar

On the Events Source tab, begin by selecting the issues you want to display on the Timeline. You can switch between Basic and Advanced modes using the toggle in the top-right corner:

Basic Mode

  1. Choose a Jira Project and the Issue Type in the first section.

  2. Map the Start date, End date, and Environment to your Issue Type Fields in the second section.

Advanced Mode

  1. Select a Jira Project, an existing Jira Filter, or craft your own Jira Query Language (JQL) query to specify the issues for the Timeline.

  2. Specify the issue fields corresponding to the start of the event, the end of the event, and the linked Environment. This ensures that Events are accurately displayed on the Timeline.

  3. Define Default Values for the Project and the Issue Type. These values will be automatically populated when creating issues from the Timeline via drag-and-drop functionality.

Customize Displayed Event Information

You can customize the layout of your Calendar Events to display the information that matters most to you. Here's how:

  1. Open the Calendar Details Panel of an Issue Calendar.

  2. Navigate to the Displayed Information section within the panel.

  3. Choose which fields should be displayed in each of the three different areas: Title, Tags, and Details.

Only fields with non-empty values will be shown in the Title and Tags areas. Fields added to Details will only be visible in the dialog opened when clicking an Event on the Timeline.

  1. Re-order fields by dragging and dropping them.

  2. Click Done to apply your changes.

Create an Event

To create a new Event, follow one of these methods:

1: Drag and Drop

Drag and drop the plus button of a Calendar onto the Timeline. This will open the Create Issue page, as demonstrated in the animation below:

2: Calendar Drop-Down Menu

  1. Select a Calendar.

  2. Open its drop-down menu.

  3. Choose Add Event.

Upon triggering the creation of an event, the Create issue screen will open. Ensure you have the necessary Jira permissions to create new issues.

Resize and Move an Event

To resize or move an Event, follow these steps:

  1. Resize: Select and drag the start/end of an Issue Event to change its start/end date.

  2. Move: Select and click in the middle of an event to move it.

Ensure that you have the necessary Jira permissions to edit the selected issue.

Edit an Event

To edit an Issue Event belonging to an Issue Calendar, you can use one of the following methods:

  • Double click: Double click the Event.

  • Click and select: Select the event and click the Edit button in the Event dialog.

Edition of an Issue Event will open the standard Jira "Edit Issue" dialog.

Ensure that you have the necessary Jira permissions to edit the selected issue.

Delete an Event

To delete an Issue Event belonging to an Issue Calendar, follow these steps:

  1. Choose the Event you want to delete.

  2. Click the Browse button to open the Jira issue page associated with the Event.

  3. Delete the Jira issue from the opened page.

Ensure you have the appropriate Jira permissions to delete the selected issue.

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