Question: How do you reference a comment in Jira?

How do you quote a comment in Jira?

if you hover with the mouse over a comment, you will see a chain-link-sign. Right click on this icon, copy this link to the clipboard and paste this link to the new comment.

To an issue in the same Jira site

  1. Open the issue that you want to link to.
  2. Click more (•••) > Link > Jira Issue (or click the quick-add button in the new issue view)
  3. Choose the type of issue link (for example, “this issue is blocked by…”).
  4. Specify the issue(s) you want to link to by either:

How do I attach a file to a Jira comment?

When adding or editing a comment, you can also select to add attachments. In this case, you’ll see wiki markup added to the comment field. As soon as you share your comment, you’ll see the file preview.

Add attachments

  1. Click More > Attach files.
  2. Add a file(s).
  3. Click Attach or Open.
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Right-click on the file name of the attachment, and select Copy Link Address.

  1. Navigate to the Jira issue.
  2. Navigate to and edit the page where you want to link to the attachment.
  3. Paste the URL onto the page. Confluence automatically converts this to a smart link that displays the issue number, summary text, and status.

How do you quote a message in a team?

How to quote a message in Microsoft Teams

  1. Copy the message.
  2. On your keyboard press “Shift” + “>”
  3. Paste the original message and then type your own message.
  4. Press Enter twice and to type your message after the quote.

How do you quote in Confluence?

Quoting page content or coworkers’ comments is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  1. Highlight your text. As you’re reviewing in Confluence, just highlight text that you want to provide feedback on.
  2. Click the Quote in comment button. You’ll notice that a button appears above the text you’ve highlighted.
  3. Provide your feedback.

What is blocked in Jira?

Thierry, often times people will use a “Blocked” status for something that has another obstacle before it can be fully completed. For example: Your team is attempting to build a plugin for JIRA. However, you’ve realized that your test or development servers are in use by somebody else in the company.

Creating a link to an issue on another Jira site

  1. Open the issue you wish to link to another issue.
  2. Select More > Link to display the Link dialog box.
  3. Ensure that the Jira Issue item is selected at the left of the dialog box.
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How do I link a bug to a story in Jira?

Select Bug in issue type. In same screen find “issue” field, drop down will display the current US at the top, select it. This will create a link to the US you are currently looking at.

How do I add a description to a table in Jira?

You can do this in Jira Cloud by going to your user avatar (bottom left corner of the page) then click your avatar, and select the Personal Settings, on this page there is a slider you can use to disable the new issue view. The previous issue view can still create/edit tables in the description of Jira Cloud issues.

How do I add an image to a Jira description?

Click the pencil to edit the Description field. An add screenshot dialog will be displayed. Assuming it is the image you want, click the upload button. you can change the filename if you want.

How do I insert an image in Jira?

You can embed images inline in JIRA comments using wiki markup. Just attach the image to the issue, and write !

How do you anchor in Confluence?

Step 1: Create the anchor

  1. Do either of the following in the Confluence editor: Choose Insert > Other Macros, then find and select the Anchor macro. Type { and the beginning of the macro name, then select the Anchor macro.
  2. Enter the Anchor Name (For example, ‘bottom’ or ‘important information’)
  3. Choose Insert.
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