Migrating from My ToDo to Checklist for Jira
We've made it easy to migrate from My Todo to Checklist for Jira.
Version 6.1.0 will be released on June 1st, 2022.
Users can now browse templates from issues, which will give them access to more features regarding templates.
Users can now be marked as template owners, allowing them to edit templates through the template list opened from issues. By default, the creator of a template will become its owner.
Administrators are allowed to change the owner of a template.
After upgrading to 6.1, existing templates will have no owner.
This feature require the Create/Edit Templates from Checklists parameter to be enabled.
Users can now favorite templates, making them available in the “Quick import” section of the template dropdown.
Administrators and project administrators can now pin importable templates, making them available for all users in the Quick import section of the template dropdown.
You can select an issue link type which will be used to automatically create an issue link between the issue created from the conversion and the original issue.
In the Convert items to issues dialog, the selected issue link type will be pre-selected.
Converting items used to rename the items with the freshly created issue’s key. This approach didn’t work well with global items since these items cannot be renamed. The resulting issue key is now stored separately and can be seen at a glance in the items.
You can now assign users anywhere the Assign Users feature is enabled:
User assignment will follow user permissions once set in issues.
It is now possible to access the Bulk Editor in each of the section headings' menu, which will only update items in that specific heading.
A more compact view is available to help scrolling in longer checklists.
The default mandatory state of items can now be configured.
We’ve added and documented new REST APIs to use.
Select to have the checklist behave like a standard Checkboxes custom field where only checked items are displayed in the preview.
Before this release, the allMandatoryItemsChecked() function returned issues where the checklist either had all of its mandatory items checked or contained no mandatory items at all. With this change, the function requires the checklist to contain at least one mandatory item.
This rule applies to both the positive and the negative filters.
The following table shows the difference of results if you were to use the Checklist = allMandatoryItemsChecked() function.
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