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You can create default local items, which are editable checklist items that will be added to a checklist by default whenever a new issue is created. For more information about default local items and how they’re different from other types of items, see Understanding local, default local, and global items.
In some cases, you may want to have different default local items for different issue types (such as bugs and tasks). If these issue types are within the same project, you will run into a Jira limitation that, for a given custom field, you cannot have two configuration scheme contexts that apply to the same project (for details, see Creating, editing or deleting configuration scheme contexts).
As a workaround, you will need to create one Checklist custom field for every issue type that you need different default local items for. This will enable you to create a configuration scheme context for each custom field, which can then all be associated with the project in question.
If your issue types are in different projects, see Creating different default local items for different issue types (in multiple projects) instead.
To create different sets of default local items for your different issue types:
Create a Checklist custom field (for details, see Setting up a Checklist custom field).
Within that custom field, create a configuration scheme context for the project and the first issue type that you want to create default local items for (for details, see Creating, editing or deleting configuration scheme contexts).
Create default local items for the configuration scheme context you just created (for details, see Editing default local items).
Repeat steps 1 to 3 for the remaining custom field(s) and issue type(s).