Learn how to create a new issue type in JIRA.
- [Instructor] Okay.…So now you should have a pretty good understanding…of issue types and how they work on a project level.…Now we're going to go over how issue types are created…and where they fit on a system level.…Remember, everything is tied to individual projects…by schemes, not the objects themselves.…When I create an issue type,…it lives on the system level.…It's tied to a project through a scheme.…Using our original pizza example,…we're going to create a few different issue types.…So I think we'll need a standard pizza order issue type,…an other food order issue type,…because our pizzeria has salads, breadsticks,…and other non-pizza items that can be ordered.…
Also, we want to keep track of ingredients on our pizza.…Maybe we'll do that with a subtask,…so we'll create an ingredient subtask issue type.…We also want to create a cleaning checklist issue type…to track our cleaning with some cleaning task…subtask issue types to go under this checklist.…So if I want to create issue types,…I go to my admin cog, then I select issues.…
- User management
- System administration
- Project administration
- Creating new issue types
- Creating new issue type schemes
- Roles and groups
- Adjusting notifications
Skill Level Intermediate
Atlassian JIRA: Installing and Administeringwith Sandra Toner2h 58m Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Overview of JIRA Admininstration
2. Creating a Project
3. Issue Types
5. Users, Roles, and Groups
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