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How can I reorder project shortcuts?

Currently, there's no way to reorder project shortcuts that I can see. Is this possible?

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Hello @atlassian

plz make IT happend that we can sort the shortcuts. should not be a big thing and feels like basics.

thx

Michele

How can we convert this to a feature request?  Or is there already a feature request for this?  This feels like missing basic functionality.

There is already a feature request open for this, which is in status "Gathering Interest".

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-66193

Get voting!  :-)

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Hello there 

Voted for ... now hope that they get things done.

Cheers
Michele

me too! also roadmaps for classic jira projects.

Voted, Come one @attlassian at least look into it, It been years.

There is a workaround for reordering project shortcuts. Basically you just edit any existing shortcuts that are already there and replace them to be in the order you want. It can be a little bit cumbersome to update but works for me.

Hi Josh,

I don't think that reordering is possible. The shorcuts are listed sorted by creation order. In the DB (table AO_550953_SHORTCUT) there is no order column or other column which may be used for sorting, which makes me think that they are sorted by ID ASC and there is no other sorting logic implemented. 

Regards,

Peter

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