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How can I easily tell what kind of Software project is a project in Jira, Kanban vs Scrum vs Basic?

How can I easily tell what kind of Software project is a project in Jira, Kanban vs Scrum vs Basic? I can tell whether it is a Software or Business or Service Desk, but I can't tell what type of Software project it is.

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Hello Abe,

 

The "Type" that you are in only affects the original workflows, issue types, ect. It doesn't limit you in any way going forward. It's just a project template.

 

That being said, if you want to check if you had a "Scrum project" initially vs. a Kanban, you can look at the "Issue Type Scheme" that was given to the project. 

Kanban ones will be marked with "Project Key: Kanban Issue Type Scheme", Scrum ones will be "Project Key: Scrum Issue Type Scheme". "Basic" ones will be marked as "Software Development Issue Type Scheme". 

See my screenshots. 

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Hi @Kian Stack Mumo Systems - Is there any other way to find out the types of project i.e. scrum or kanban? 

The scheme names have been changed for the projects i have been looking for to identify the types.

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