extension ExtPose

JIRA Template Injector

Description from extension meta The description field of new JIRA issues will automatically be populated with a template relevant to the issue type
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Description from store This extension automatically inserts a template of your choosing into the JIRA Create Issue Description field. The template injected is relative to the selected "Project" and “Issue Type” within the Create Issue modal on JIRA. On initial install a default list of templates are pre populated for you. These can easily be removed/restored at any time. By default the extension works for cloud hosted JIRA instances (*.atlassian.net domains). If you are using a self hosted JIRA instance or a custom domain, you may add your own custom domains for the extension to check against. You may also add any custom input IDs for which you would like your templates to be injected into. You can add templates individually, or bulk add them through a local or remote json file. See Support & FAQ for an example JSON file. Features: * Automatically select text between <TI> and </TI> tags for quick template completion. * Quickly jump to the next set of <TI> elements using the 'Control + back-tick' key combo. * Template Priorities. * The default template (no Issue Type and no Projects specified) will be used for all Issue Types and Projects. * Templates with Projects and no Issue Type will override the default template. * Templates with Issue Type and no Projects will override templates with Projects and no Issue Type. * Templates with Issue Type and Projects will override all other templates. * Templates are synced across devices. * Configure once, use on all chrome devices that support extensions! * Reload default templates with one click. * Load templates from url (json file). * Host a single json file and have everyone use the same templates. * Load templates from local file (json). Easily share templates with other users. * Add/Remove/Edit individual templates. * Add/Remove custom domains. * Domains (including subdomains) the extension should run on to inject the templates. * Limit interface options (To keep templates consistent across users) * Current limit options are: * "all" -> disable all interface actions except reload default * "url" -> disable loading of json from url * "file" -> disable loading of json from local file * "clear" -> disable clearing of all templates * "delete" -> disable deleting single template * "save" -> disable saving/updating single template * "add" -> disable add new template menu * "add-custom" -> disable adding custom template * "add-default" -> disable adding default template * "add-domain" -> disable adding additional domains * Export Templates to JSON file. Easily share template JSON file.
Latest reviews (2019-10-31) Anette Robinson: It works just okay. It just erased my default template and I now I have to re-create that including all of the markup which doesn't carry over from the editor., It also never uses the default even though I set that up in the beginning that a story should be the default. (2019-08-29) Markus Schulz: Wonderful enhancement for my workflow. Thank you!!! It would be great, if the injection of the templates would work in 'visual' mode as well. (2019-05-31) Sienna Blumstengel: My favourite Chrome extension ever. Saves so much time, and I recommend it to everyone. It has encouraged other to have better ticket writing practices, which really benefits everyone!! (2019-04-11) Herrie Abbink: Great! Simple and useful :-) (2019-03-07) It uses always the wrong template. I have story in JIRA selected. Then I change to Bug it loads again the story template. Then I change to Epic and it loads the Bug template Then I change to Task and it loads the Epic template (2018-08-25) Ashish B.: just amazing, keeps me and my team in check. Thank you (2017-10-24) Shawn Evans: It would be nice to be able to have multiple templates for ticket types and prompting you for which one to use. We have different templates for screen bugs vs report bugs. (2017-10-10) Manuel ruiz redondo: good (2017-04-05) Jason Johnson: Extension does not function. Templates are not auto inserted into the description field. If you copy/paste them, the hot key functionality doesn't work either. (2017-01-27) Tiko Lakin: WOW!, It's exiting! Thanks guys for so helpful extension!
Latest issues (2019-04-09, v:1.2.5) Sven Fröhlich: Hello,
In Jira, the item ID for the issue dialog has changed. In version Jira V7.13.0, the element ID "prefillable-create-issue-dialog" is used. After the change in the jti_content.js script, it works fine. Code: function observeDocumentBody (mutation) { if (document.getElementById('prefillable-create-issue-dialog') !== null || ......
(2019-01-29, v:1.2.5) Do all the users of jira have to have the plug in installed for this to work?
Hi I installed this in my chrome, do all the other jira users have to have this intalled in their chromes too for the templates to appear?
(2018-12-19, v:1.2.5) Mathias Binder: Does not work on selfhosted instance
Tried this plugin on a self hosted instance. Therefore i've configured the domain of my instance, created a template based on the documentation and examples and uploaded it. When i now create a new Issue, nothings happens. Beyond that, the plugin changes the behavior of fields (converts pulldown menus to multiple choice fields).
(2018-06-01, v:1.2.5) David Skindell: Custom domain not working
Our Company's JIRA url is: https://jira-agile.<company>.net:8443/... Configured the plugin with the custom domain of: <company>.net JIRA opened, Bug created, nothing
(2017-10-02, v:1.2.2) Shawn Evans: Multiple templates
It would be nice to be able to have multiple templates for issue types. We have different templates for different bugs and it would be nice to have it pop up if there are multiples for a type and allow a user to pick i.e. 1. Bug - Report 2. Bug - Screen 3. Bug - Foo
(2017-04-05, v:1.2.0) Does nothing
Extension installed - jira opened - Bug created - nothing
(2017-04-05, v:1.2.0) Jason Johnson: Not working
I have a fancy Jira Template Injector menu from the extension icon, but zero functionality while creating issues in Jira.

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2018-03-26 / 1.2.5

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