The following table shows the default fields provided by Issue Tracker:
|Indicates whether the issue has been archived.
|User to which this issue is assigned.
|IDs of issues that block this issue.
|IDs of issues that this issue blocks.
|List of users or groups who are interested in the issue, but are not assignees, reporters or verifiers.
|List of users that are actively working on an issue.
|Component that contains the issue.
|Date and time at which the issue was created.
|A detailed description of the issue including steps to reproduce it (if applicable). This field might already be partially populated for you if description text is provided by the default or the selected template. You can also check the Markdown option to write the description as Markdown text.
|The "current state" of an issue. On high traffic issues, teams can use this to provide a canonical "answer" about what is going on. Learn More
|Number of duplicates reported for the issue.
|ID of the issue that this issue duplicates.
|Version of the software where the issue was found.
|Unique numerical issue ID.
|Indicates whether the resolution to the issue is in production.
|Date and time at which the issue was last modified.
|Priority of the issue.
|User who reported the issue.
|Severity of the issue.
|Status of the issue (for example, New, Assigned, or Fixed).
|Version of the software where the issue should be resolved.
|Type of issue (for example, Bug, Feature Request or Process).
|Version of the software where the issue was verified as resolved.
|User who verified the resolution of the issue.
|Date and time at which the issue was resolved.
|Date and time at which the issue was verified.
|Number of times users have voted for the issue (e.g. by starring it).