Learn how to adjust existing notifications in JIRA.
- [Instructor] Now that you understand…where notifications are located,…we're going to go over how to adjust the standard ones.…Click the administration cog, select Issues,…now scroll back down…and click Notification schemes on the left,…then click on the Default Notification Scheme.…Let's take the first example, Issue Created.…Currently, as you'll see the notifications for this scheme…will send out an email to the Current Assignee,…the original creator and All Watchers.…Note that your default settings will usually not…notify you of your own changes…so even if the notification scheme says that it will notify…the reporter when an issue is created,…if they have elected not to be notified of their own changes…they will not receive an email.…
You should advise users of your own instance…to not modify this setting as there doesn't really exist…a reason why a user would want to be notified of an issue…via email of an issue they have just created themselves.…There may be situations where project managers,…regular managers or executives want to be notified…
- User management
- System administration
- Project administration
- Creating new issue types
- Creating new issue type schemes
- Roles and groups
- Adjusting notifications
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