When an app is uninstalled the data is still there, so even if you uninstall and decide you want to re-enable the app later on you can re-install and the previous configurations will still be present when re-enabled.
To check what projects are using portfolio currently would require manual review of the plan settings, and you can go to "Portfolio > View All Plans" and review the settings of each independently.
If you're not using Portfolio you can simply flag the application for uninstall under the manage apps section of the universal plugin manager as covered in the "Managing apps" documentation.
Currently when Jira Portfolio is installed, it installs with with 3 independent add-ons apps that act as dependencies of each other, and you will want to uninstall all three to remove the app:
I installed Portfolio for Jira and found out that it doesn't meet my requirements. So I unsubscribed it from the Manage Apps screen. But the Teams Feature and related fields are still around and available on issues. They didn't get used by anyone so I'd like to clean up by removing all the Portfolio related fields so that some team doesn't start using them at a later date and figures that it's a Portfolio dependent field.
Hi community, I’m Roi, a product manager working on Advanced Roadmaps for Jira. While Advanced Roadmaps is a powerful tool to plan and track work at scale, we know it can be challenging to get star...
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