Learn about the different project types available for a new project in JIRA.
- [Instructor] Next, we're going to go over projects…and how to create and configure them.…As an administrator, you will find a lot…of project creation requests, but not every request…should equal a new project creation on your part.…It's important to understand that the project…should be built as a landing spot,…or container for a team-specific product or project.…For example, if I was a car manufacturer,…I would create a project for each model…of car my company built.…Within this project would be tickets related to tires,…steering wheels, chassis, and more.…
Everyone involved with the creation of that car…would use that one project to monitor the process…and success in manufacturing it.…For software development, the same rules apply.…You wouldn't create a project for the QA team,…where bugs for every different product you make…go into one project.…You wouldn't create a project for the engineering team,…where all the different tasks for all the…different products would go.…You would create one project…for the actual software product.…
- 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 Automationwith 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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