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Associating git commits manually to Jira issues

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The process steps in this section applies to Jira Cloud instance with installed Git Integration for Jira app.

To manually link a git commit to a Jira issue, access the Change commit issues feature from the following locations:

Projects (sidebar) ➜ Git Commits ➜ click View Full Commit. Click the Pencil(edit) icon to modify commit associations.

Issue page ➜ Git Commits tab ➜ click View Full Commit. Click the Pencil(edit) icon to modify commit associations. |

Jira dashboard menu Apps ➜ Git Integration: Repository browser ➜ click a repository with git commits. Click the Pencil(edit) icon on the commit in the repository view.

The following dialog is displayed. Add, edit or delete linked Jira issue keys in the Associated issues to commit field.

Click the dropdown arrow and select a Jira issue from the list.

The selected Jira issue is associated to the currently configured commit.

Repeat the same process to associate one or more Jira issues.

Click X to remove selected commit association(s).

| Type a Jira issue key or a word from a Jira issue summary and the list will try to display them.

Click a Jira issue from the list to associate it to the currently configure commit.

Repeat the same process to associate one or more Jira issues.

Click X to remove selected commit association(s). |
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Click Save to save the changes.

(info) JIRA administrators can add/remove any association(s).

(info) Project administrators can add/remove any association(s) in that project.

The authors of the commit can add/remove the association, if they have the View Development Tools access.

If the commit is associated with multiple Jira issues, you will see the following:

In the above example, the selected commit is associated with Jira issues TEST-1 and TEST-4 .

Saving the changes triggers a repository reindexing to show new associations.

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