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Conditional blocks allow you to show or hide sections of the document according to conditional expressions. 

It has the following notation:

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#{if (%{<Javascript>})}
	CONTENT
#{end}

<Javascript> is a JavaScript expression that should evaluate to true or false.

Below is a working example:

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This is the header of the document. 

#{if (%{'${IssueTypeName}'.equals('Bug')})}
This section will only be visible if the issue type of the issue is Bug
This issue is a bug created by ${AssigneeUserName} with priority ${Priority}.
#{end}

#{if (%{'${Priority}'.equals('Major')})}
This section will only be visible if the priority of the issue is major.
This issue has top priority, needs to be resolved until ${DueDate}.
#{end}

#{if (%{'${escape:Description}'.equals('')})}
This issue has no description
#{end}

#{if (%{'${escape:Description}'.length > 0})}
Issue description: ${Description}
#{end}

This is the footer of the document.  

For more examples, check the Sample Conditions.docx template in the Template Store.

The image below demonstrates a Word template with a conditional block:

The image below demonstrates an Excel template with a conditional block:


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