Watch this JIRA tutorial explaining workflow functionality and the Designer panel.
- [Instructor] Now, we'll talk about workflows.…Arguably the most important part of JIRA,…workflows offer transparency into your overall process…within your organization.…At their core, workflows are made of two pieces,…statuses and transitions.…Think of the status as a parking spot for tickets.…This is where a ticket sits while waiting…for further action or while large pieces…of activity are being performed on the related work item.…Transitions are what move the ticket between statuses.…There are actionable descriptions…that signify the present status as either complete…or the ticket is ready to be moved into the next status.…
Let's begin.…I'm going to select the issues dropdown,…and under recent issues I'm going…to open any previously created food order ticket.…Next to status, I see a link for viewing workflow.…I'm going to click it.…This is a view only or read only view of the workflow.…The status is represented in these boxes.…For this one, you'll see the to do status.…This means the ticket has yet to be acted on,…
- 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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