Learn how to link requirements to Jira issues with the plug-in Requirement Yogi for Jira, available for free on the marketplace.
Check out how to link requirements to Jira issues in the beginning of this video → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVDv01ZuWnw&t=215s
Links must be created from Jira issues:
How do I display the dialog?
While on a Jira issue, press Alt + Shift + R (Option + Shift + R on Mac). Alternatively, open the "More" menu and click "Links".
How do I select requirements from one baseline only?
By default, this dialog will search for requirements in the spaces attached to this Jira project. You can search for specific baselines, and only requirements from this baseline will be suggested. To do so, choose the baseline in the "Criteria" input:
At the beginning, only baselines of the spaces attached to the Jira project are displayed. If you type a little more or click "See more" in the drop-down, it will display baselines from other spaces. If you already know which baseline you need, type the space key, followed by "-" and the baseline number. For example "HELI-3".
How do I upgrade all requirements to a given baseline?
Select a baseline in the "Criteria" field
→ Then click "Actions" => "Show baseline upgrades/downgrades".
Tip: We save which baseline you have used for an issue, so we display the same baseline by default for the other issues of the same project.
Can I create links from the Confluence side?
It is not possible to create links to Jira issues using tables.
Links may be created from the Confluence side when using the Jira bulk issue creation and automatically creating the Jira issues.
My screen doesn't look the same, we are using an older version of Requirement Yogi
Since 2.6.3, this screen was slightly modified to accomodate an infinite number of baselines:
There is no "Baselines" hyperlink anymore, it was replaced with the "Criteria" field,
There is no "Synchronize" hyperlink anymore, they sync is now automatic. If not, then you can type
Prior to 2.6.3,
There was a secondary screen to manage baselines specifically.