Commit 646360e2 authored by Marcel Amirault's avatar Marcel Amirault 🇯🇵

Update Issue docs after review

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The user uploading the CSV file will be set as the author of the imported issues.
> **Note:** A permission level of [Developer](../../permissions.md) or higher is required
> **Note:** A permission level of [Developer](../../permissions.md), or higher, is required
to import issues.
## Prepare for the import
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## Setting a due date
When creating or editing an issue, you can click in the due date field and a calendar
When creating or editing an issue, you can click in the **due date** field and a calendar
will appear to help you choose the date you want. To remove the date, select the date
text and delete it. The date is related to the server's timezone, not the timezone of
the user setting the due date.
![Create a due date](img/due_dates_create.png)
You can also set a due date via the issue sidebar. Simply expand the
sidebar and select **Edit** to pick a due date or remove the existing one.
You can also set a due date via the issue sidebar. Expand the
sidebar and click **Edit** to pick a due date or remove the existing one.
Changes are saved immediately.
![Edit a due date via the sidebar](img/due_dates_edit_sidebar.png)
......@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ Due dates also appear in your [todos list](../../../workflow/todos.md).
The day before an open issue is due, an email will be sent to all participants
of the issue. Like the due date, the "day before the due date" is determined by the
server's timezone, ignoring the participants timezones.
server's timezone, ignoring the participants' timezones.
Issues with due dates can also be exported as an iCalendar feed. The URL of the
feed can be added to many calendar applications. The feed is accessible by clicking
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## Viewing and managing issues
While you can view and manage the full details of an issue on [the issue page](#issue-page),
While you can view and manage the full details of an issue on the [issue page](#issue-page),
you can also work with multiple issues at a time using the [Issues List](#issues-list),
[Issue Boards](#issue-boards), Issue references, and [Epics](#epics-ultimate)**[ULTIMATE]**.
Key actions for Issues include [creating, moving, closing, and deleting issues](managing_issues.md).
Key actions for Issues include:
- [creating issues](managing_issues.md#create-a-new-issue)
- [moving issues](managing_issues.md#moving-issues)
- [closing issues](managing_issues.md#closing-issues)
- [deleting issues](managing_issues.md#deleting-issues).
### Issue page
![Issue view](img/issues_main_view.png)
On an issue's page, you can view [all aspects of the issue](issue_data_and_actions.md),
as well as modify them if you you have the necessary [permissions](../../permissions.md).
and modify them if you you have the necessary [permissions](../../permissions.md).
### Issues list
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On the Issues List, you can view all issues in the current project, or from multiple
projects when opening the Issues List from the higher-level group context. Filter the
issue list with [a search query](../../search/index.md#issues-and-merge-requests-per-project),
issue list with a [search query](../../search/index.md#issues-and-merge-requests-per-project),
including specific metadata, such as label(s), assignees(s), status, and more. From this
view, you can also make certain changes [in bulk](../bulk_editing.md) to the displayed issues.
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#### 3. Assignee
An issue can be assigned to yourself, another person, or [many people](#31-multiple-assignees-STARTER).
The assignee(s) can be changed as much as needed. The idea is that the assignees are
The assignee(s) can be changed as often as needed. The idea is that the assignees are
responsible for that issue until it's reassigned to someone else to take it from there.
When assigned to someone, it will appear in their assigned issues list.
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### Accessing the new Issue form.
There are many simple ways to get to the new Issue form from within a project:
There are many ways to get to the new Issue form from within a project:
- Navigate to your **Project's Dashboard** > **Issues** > **New Issue**:
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ There are many simple ways to get to the new Issue form from within a project:
### New issue from the group-level Issue Tracker
Head to the Group dashboard and click "Issues" in the sidebar to visit the Issue Tracker
Go to the Group dashboard and click "Issues" in the sidebar to visit the Issue Tracker
for all projects in your Group. Select the project you'd like to add an issue for
using the dropdown button at the top-right of the page.
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ the appropriate project and followed up from there.
### New issue via email
A link to **Email a new issue to this project** is displayed at the bottom of a project's
Issues List page, if your GitLab instance has [incoming email](../../../administration/incoming_email.md)
**Issues List** page, if your GitLab instance has [incoming email](../../../administration/incoming_email.md)
configured.
![Bottom of a project issues page](img/new_issue_from_email.png)
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CAUTION: **Caution:**
This is a private email address, generated just for you. **Keep it to yourself**,
as anyone who gets ahold of it can create issues or merge requests as if they
as anyone who knows it can create issues or merge requests as if they
were you. If the address is compromised, or you'd like it to be regenerated for
any reason, click **Email a new issue to this project** again and click the reset link.
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![close issue - button](img/button_close_issue.png)
You can also close an issue from the [Issue Boards](../issue_board.md) by dragging an issue card
from its list and dropping it into **Closed**.
from its list and dropping it into the **Closed** list.
![close issue from the Issue Board](img/close_issue_from_board.gif)
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