There are several predefined types of attributes.

Standard Attributes

Text

Description: A text field is an input that allows a user to write or edit text. Single-line, unlimited characters.

Sorting: alphabetically

Filtering:

  • is equal to
  • is not equal to
  • starts with
  • contains
  • does not contain
  • ends with
  • is null

Long Text

Description: A text field is an input that allows a user to write or edit text. Multi-line, unlimited characters.

Sorting: alphabetically

Filtering:

  • is equal to
  • is not equal to
  • starts with
  • contains
  • does not contain
  • ends with
  • is null

Email

Description: An attribute to store the email address. Contains standard validation of the email address.

Sorting: alphabetically

Filtering:

  • is equal to
  • is not equal to
  • starts with
  • contains
  • does not contain
  • ends with
  • is null

Number

Description: An attribute to store a number –  integer/float, positive/negative.

Sorting: numerically

Filtering:

  • greater then
  • greater than or equal to
  • is equal to
  • less than
  • less than or equal to
  • is null

Date

Description: An attribute to select a date from the calendar.

Sorting: by absolute time

Filtering:

  • is equal to
  • is not equal to
  • is after or equal to
  • is after
  • is before or equal to
  • is before
  • in range
  • is null
  • is not null

URL

Description: An attribute to input a link to a website. Clickable, URL format validation (http://sitename.domain OR https://sitename.domain)

Sorting: alphabetically

Filtering: 

  • is equal to
  • is not equal to
  • starts with
  • contains
  • does not contain
  • ends with
  • is null

User

Description: An attribute to select one or more Jira users.

Sorting: n/a

Filtering: as a select-list (via OR)

(info) The attribute behavior considers the global permission 'Browse users and groups'.

Group

Description: An attribute to select one or more Jira groups.

Sorting: n/a

Filtering: as a select-list (via OR)

(info) The attribute behavior considers the global permission 'Browse users and groups'.

References

The following are the attributes that allow a user to link an entry or to display the particular 'external' objects links in read-only mode.

Directory

Description: Gives users the ability to make multiple selections from a number of options (entries of the particular directory). Read more: Interlink Catalog Objects

Sorting: n/a

Filtering: as a select-list (via OR)

Linked Catalog Entries

Description: Displays Catalog entries linked to the current entry via Directory attribute(s). Read more: Interlink Catalog Objects

Sorting: n/a

Filtering: as a select-list (via OR)

Linked Issues

Description: A read-only attribute that displays issues linked to the current entry via Catalog Select custom field(s). Read more: Link Issues And Catalog Objects

Sorting: n/a

Filtering: as a select-list (via OR)