Asked by: Mirka Ipiñaasked in category: General Last Updated: 4th April, 2020
How do I create a new label in Jira?
- Click on the issue you want to label.
- Click the "pencil" icon (for label) in front of the word "Labels". A pop-up dialog box appears.
- In the pop-up dialog box that appears, do the following: type your label and press the Enter key, or.
- Click the "Update" button. The new label will be saved.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I change labels in Jira?
- search for issues with your particular label.
- bulk edit -> select all -> edit issues -> change labels -> add to existing.
- go back to your search and bulk edit again (at this point, both the new and old labels should be present)
- bulk edit -> select all -> edit issues -> change labels -> find and remove these.
Secondly, what is a label in Jira? JIRA - Label an Issue. Advertisements. A Label is used to categorize an issue. It is similar to the hashtag (#) used in twitter, Facebook or other social sites. It also helps while searching an issue.
Similarly, you may ask, how do I add multiple labels in Jira?
- create a filter search, e.g. "project = myproject"
- once you have your filter producing the exact issues you want to add the label to..
- use Bulk edit, edit issue.
- add label and submit.
How do I manage labels in Jira?
There is no default feature to manage labels in Jira.
In Jira Cloud:
- do a search for your isssues.
- select all or a sub-set.
- use the ellipsis in the top right and select "bulk change all X issues"
- veryify those are the issues you want, click next.
- select edit issues, click next.