YouTrack InCloud 2017.3 Help

Custom Workflow Repository

JetBrains has created a dedicated repository for custom workflows. This repository contains ready-to-use workflows that support a range of use cases. You can access the repository in GitHub.

Each workflow includes a description of each rule to help you find the right workflow for your projects. However, these workflows are written in the MPS-based workflow programming language and are not compatible with the new web-based workflow editor. If you want to customize these workflows to fit your business logic or use case, you need to use the external YouTrack Workflow Editor. For best results, we recommend that you refer to the the documentation for YouTrack 2017.2.

Using a Workflow from the Repository

The YouTrack workflow repository contains a number of custom workflows that have been written by JetBrains developers and YouTrack users. These workflows support a wide range of use cases. While you're always welcome to write your own workflows, you might find exactly what you're looking for in the repository.

If you find a workflow that you want to use as-is, you can download the file from the repository and import into YouTrack.

To use a workflow from the repository:

  1. Download the workflow ZIP file from the repository.
  2. Import the workflow to your YouTrack server and attach it to a project. For instructions, see Import and Export Workflows.

Testing Custom Workflows

Several custom workflows have already been imported into our YouTrack InCloud test instance. Anyone can register to access this instance and use it as a sandbox. When you register your account, you are given the Global Project Admin role and can test custom workflows in any project. You can either test the workflows that have already been imported into the instance, or import your own custom workflows.

Last modified: 6 September 2017