Can I use a checklist as a template for Jira Project?
You can Save Checklist as a template, load from Templates library, set checklist as Default per project, so once a new item is created - default checklist loaded.
By default, the add-on stores its values in relevant Entity Properties. Read more about Server and Cloud properties.
Checklist values stored in Jira Issue Properties. Key: com.railsware.SmartChecklist.checklist
Templates values stored in Jira Project Properties. Key: com.railsware.SmartChecklist.Templates
Additionally, when instance admins set up the "Checklists" custom field, then Smart Checklist add-on values are duplicated in this custom field (doesn't relate to Templates).
Smart Checklist Progress (if set up) values stored in the "Smart Checklist Progress" custom field.
So while migrating to Jira Server from the Cloud or back you need to access the values listed above using Jira REST API. Unfortunately, we don't provide ready-made tools or scripts that can do that for you. But again, using Jira REST API it's pretty straightforward to implement.
Make sure that in the Destination instance, custom fields have been properly set up and associated with proper screens to provide visibility and access.
Is there a way to create the checklist via Jira project import from a CSV file?
We’re migrating from Jira Server to Cloud. Can we have our trial period extended for Smart Checklist for Jira Pro Cloud?
Since Smart Checklist is presented on the Atlassian marketplace, our team is not in charge of the trial extension, unfortunately.
Atlassian team offers cloud migration trial for Jira instance and the add-ons during the Server to Cloud migration process. The official policies can be found here. Thus, we advise you to reach out directly to the Atlassian Support team to consult on your individual case.
In case the Atlassian team is unable to provide an extended trial for your migration, please write to us on email@example.com and we will search for alternatives.
How can I check if my team uses a Smart Checklist app?
Assuming you are on Cloud, there’re a few options possible:
Manual check: JQL search for “Checklists” custom field values