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  1. Jira Cloud (including JIRA Core)
  2. JRACLOUD-18505 View & Edit Issue Improvements
  3. JRACLOUD-5225

Sub-tasks should inherit selectable fields from the parent task




      23rd December 2015

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      Kerrod Williams
      Kerrod (dot) Williams (at) atlassian (dot) com
      Product Manager, JIRA

      Original request description:

      As JIRA user who creates issues and subtasks I want this process to be as easy as possible. Therefore I want the subtasks to assume the values of fields from the parent issue, so that I do not have to enter these values manually. But at the same time I want to be provided with a choice of the fields which will be used for propagation, because clearing redundant fields is going to also cost me some time. Among the propagated fields the following should be allowed for selection as a minimum: affected version, fix version, components and optionally: severity and labels.


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