Learn how to attach a new issue type to a scheme in JIRA.
- [Instructor] Next we will go over how…to attach issue types to schemes.…Remember, issue types exist as a way to label ticket types,…but you cannot assign them directly to your project.…You will create an issue type scheme…and then tie the scheme to the project.…The scheme itself will hold the information…for what issue types are contained within the project.…Let's go to our project administration summary page.…First we click the administration cog,…and then select projects.…Then we will select our pizza project.…
Now we find ourselves on the summary page.…The first large section…on the top left is called issue types.…This is where we do our configuration.…Now we have two choices here.…We can modify the existing scheme…to carry our new issue types,…or we can create a new scheme from scratch…and attach it to the project.…I'm going to show you how to do it both ways.…All projects are given required schemes…by default on creation, which means that you don't have…to define them after you create the project…unless you need some level…
- User management
- System administration
- Project administration
- Creating new issue types
- Creating new issue type schemes
- Roles and groups
- Adjusting notifications
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Overview of JIRA Admininstration
2. Creating a Project
3. Issue Types
5. Users, Roles, and Groups
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