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What is Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF)?

(supported since Better PDF Exporter 8.1.0)

Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF) offers calculated (scripted) custom fields to display information based on computed values. Those result in more useful issue screens, better search, better filtering, more powerful reports and dashboards.

Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF) integration features

  • You can export the Jira Misc Custom Fields custom field types like Calculated Date/Time, Calculated Duration, Calculated Multi-select, Calculated Multi-user, Calculated Number, Calculated Single-select, Calculated Single-user, Calculated Text/Html, Calculated Wiki Text, Last Field Value Change Author, Last Field Value Change Date/Time, Parent Status, Status Entered by User, Status Entered on Date/Time, Time in Status, Transition Caller, Transition Callers, Transition Count and Transition Date/Time to PDF.

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Tutorial video

Better PDF Exporter exports all your calculated (scripted) fields implemented with Jira Misc Custom Fields to PDF:

Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF) PDF export samples

Jira issue with JMCF custom fields

This PDF document contains custom field samples of various types, calculated by the Jira Misc Custom Fields app. For example, the "Work Started by" field contains the user who transitioned the issue to the "Under development" status the first time, while the "Description Last Changed by" field is an example for the Last Field Value Change Author custom field type, and so on.


Jira issue list with JMCF custom fields

JMCF custom fields are also supported when bulk-exporting Jira issues to a table in a PDF document. In this sample, exported from the Issue Navigator, the values in the last 7 columns are all scripted and calculated by the Jira Misc Custom Fields app.



Configuring the Jira Misc Custom Fields custom fields

There is nothing to do. Better PDF Exporter will automatically recognize the Jira Misc Custom Fields managed fields and export them accordingly.

Learn more about Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF)