The JMWE app provides an overview of the transitions triggered on the issue on the issue view page under the Activity section. This tab is visible by default. You can enable it or disable it globally, or enable it conditionally using one of the options below:
To view the Transitions activity tab:
Always show the Transitions activity tab on the issue view screen on JMWE Configuration page
Go to the Issue View screen
Transitions tab under Activity
The tab includes the following information:
Transition Name: Name of the transition triggered
Status: From and To status of the transition triggered. You can hover over the date to see the full timestamp value (which is especially useful for relative date/time values)
Total Time in Status: How long the issue spent in the "from" status (left of the arrow) before being transitioned.
To enable the Transitions activity tab conditionally
Show the Transitions activity tab on the issue view screen based on a Groovy condition option
Input a Groovy script that returns a
truthy value for the transitions activity tab to be visible. This Groovy script will be evaluated for each issue before displaying the Transitions tab, and the tab will be displayed only if the expression returns
true or a "truthy" value. Here are a few examples of Groovy conditions: Display the Transitions activity tab only for
Users of the “jira-administrators” group
Users of the “Developers” project role
issue.get("project").key in ["TEST","KAN"]
See https://innovalog.atlassian.net/wiki/x/MIBeB to know how to write a conditional Groovy script.
Hiding the JMWE Transitions activity tab unconditionally
Never show the Transitions activity tab on the issue view screen option on the JMWE Configuration page.
If you have the JSU Automation Suite for Jira Workflows app installed in your instance, you will see another Transitions tab.
Hiding the JSU Transitions activity tab
To hide the JSU Transitions activity tab, go to the Manage apps Jira administration page, locate the JSU Automation Suite for Jira Workflows app, click on it to expand the section, then click on the 57 of 57 modules enabled link to the right (the 57 number might vary):
This will reveal a list of modules at the bottom of the section. Locate the “Transitions Summary Tab Panel” entry, hover over it to reveal the Disable button, and click on Disable: