When you add this post-function to a transition and trigger the transition, the add-on picks the value entered in the
Comment field and adds it as a comment on all the issues linked to the current issue through the selected link type. The
Comment to be created can be any simple text, e.g.
This is a comment. You can also use Nunjucks annotations to insert issue, linked issue, transition and current user information into the comment text, using the 'issue', 'linkedIssue', 'transition' and 'currentUser' variables, respectively. To find out more about these variables, see How to insert information using Nunjucks annotations.
Restrict to Group
Restricts the visibility of the comment to a specified group. When you select a valid group name in the
Restrict to Group field, the comment will be visible only to the members of the specified group. For no restriction, leave the field blank.
Restrict to Project Role
Restricts the visibility of the comment to a selected project role. When you select a project role from the
Restrict to Project Role drop-down, the comment will be visible only to the members of the selected project role. For no restriction, leave the field blank.
Restrict to Internal (Jira Service Desk only)
Restricts the visibility of the comment to the Service Desk Agents and Collaborators only.
- Run as current user
The current user will be the author of the comment created on the linked issues by the post-function.
- Run as add-on user
The add-on user will be the author of the comment created on the linked issues by the post-function.
- Run as this user
Any user selected in this field will be the author of the comment created on the linked issues by the post-function.
To execute this post-function based on the result of a Nunjucks template see Conditional execution.
To delay the execution of this post-function see Delayed execution.
Note that you can use this function to comment:
- The parent issue of a sub-task by using the built-in
is Subtask oflink type and vice versa using the
is Parent oflink type
- The Epic of an issue by using the built-in
belongs to Epiclink type and vice-versa using the
is Epic oflink type