How do you think, to which factors we should pay attention during the work process? Comfortable workplace, equipment or the weather outside? Each of these and lots of other factors may influence our work, but the main thing we should take into account, is a human factor. Obviously, that we are not robots and sometimes we can make small or big mistakes or simply to forget something. If you are working with lots of issues and projects, it’s possible to forget some information about them, but it’s not a big deal if you use Find Duplicates.
This add-on shows all possible clones in your projects, it helps you not to be missguided and confused by issues with similar names and prevents the ongoing process from chaos.
Just check out how it works and you will understand why it’s so required.
There are 5 ways to see possible duplicates :
Let’s use bug-clones for an example.
1)In the first case, in order to see the list of potential bug – clones while you are reporting a new issue follow the steps:
2) Potential Duplicates panel is shown on each issue page of enabled project:
The panel has three additional features:
The user can switch on or off the search restrictions on his/her choice. You may see only bug-clones with the help of the “Limit duplicates by issue type” option.
3) There is also an editing function on the issue page, where you may see the possible duplicates almost in the same way as you did while creating the issue.
4) Find Duplicates plugin does not only allow to see the potential duplicates while user creates new issue, but also automatically shows potential duplicates when user creates the links between issues.
This helps the user to save time as he/she does not have to do a manual search before linking the related tickets.
To see the potential list of duplicates linking the issues follow the steps:
5) Find Duplicates also enhances Jira’s header search box to have a support of quick search based on keywords, issue key and issue number within a current project.
To find potential duplicated issues start typing in Jira Quick Search field:
To find out more about Find Duplicates go here How to find duplicates in Jira?
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