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Couldn't use 'Browse to a project' shortcut 'g' then 'p'

I want to switch to a different Jira project. When I use 'g' and then 'p' most of the times it reloads the page I'm on or goes to the 'boards' page of the project. I'm not able to select and switch to a different project

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Hi @Shyam V S

G+P takes you to the most recent project you are viewing; much like G+I takes you to the base issue search page.

You can select another project via the browse projects page - this will be either:

  • Cloud: Go to the magnifying glass icon on the left-hand navigation bar - to view all projects (rather than just recent in this list) press the "Projects" button near the bottom. 
  • Server: On the top navigation bar, select Projects > View All Projects

You can also use the search bar in either instance to locate a project - use the keyboard shortcut "/" to activate search.

Ste

@Stephen Wright _Elabor8_Thanks for the explanation, now I understand. The label for the shortcut 'Browse to a project' is a bit misleading(atleast for me). I'll use the "/". Thanks again for clarifying the behaviour.

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