This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Due Date Field is Missing
Hello, I have created several Business projects and some issues, however there is no option for setting dates?
I read about the permissions thingy, but I'm the administrator and the user already as edit rights.
I am having the same problem. I and a team mate have admin rights. We've set the permissions and we checked the due date box. It still isn't showing up. We've probably spent 1 whole person day trying to sort this out and still now luck. This is basic PM requirement. It's absolutely ridiculous that this is not naturally part of the app.
Hello @Charles Prior , Even i faced the same issues and could not due date eventually.
Later i changed my template (which was agile earlier i changed to Scrum and Project management) and i could see the due date afterwards.
please try to create new project using the different template and check
Just want to share how I solved this issue:
1. Administration > Issues >Screen Schemes
2. Open default scheme (in my case it's WEB: Scrum Default Screen Scheme)
3. Open default issue type (in my case it's Default)
4. Open default issue operation (in my case it's WEB: Scrum Default Issue Screen)
5. Add Due Date field
Thanks @Victor Demianenko... WOW. Again, these guys found the way to make it impossible to figure out.
Hello product team:
As a user, I want to be able to easily add/modify fields on my layout so I can do my job easily.
Acceptance criteria: when on the layout of a JIRA item, if I'm an admin user, add the little gear icon to edit layout and permissions.
I finally added the Date field, and I find the filter is set to only INCLUDE!!!
Can anyone recommend a more user-friendly alternative?!
well, let me explain again:
Okay thanks, I checked all of those clear paths.
All seems good in the settings. I guess I'm using JIRA wrong somehow.
I ended up using BigPicture which had due dates and a nice Gantt chart.
However upon reboot, only Portfolio for JIRA is in the top navigation bar. So, back to square one, figuring out how to make a similar style Gantt chart in Portfolio for Jira.
I guess something like listing x amount of issues, then dragging these issues into a sprint perhaps?
I have monthly recurring tasks to complete.
It's funny... I can add a due date field to a screen and associate the screen to a transition, but I can't set a due date when creating the task. I've walk through all possible screens and nothing...
We're all skilled people, we know scrum, we know development and how to use the internet and even a computer, but we struggle to use Jira!
I would suggest firing the manager that's behind the Jira UI and UX..hire someone else, you'll do all a favor!
I don't understand, 2 years ago everyone can created task so easy. Today my team went back to use Atlas, the app walked me through til that point I struggled to create one simple task. There was no due-date field, and when I clicked Create, it asked me to set due-date. How?
I got an email today on this that said "your comment has been viewed 36,000 times!!! Jump back in and join the community" I jumped back in to see this is still a live issue. So they want us to post complaints about it, they just don't want to actually do anything about it. Great.
Ok guys, I tried to read this theme but I'm not able to find out what is the real problem here (there are so much answers and no complete description of the problem).
I have fresh installation of Jira 8.3.0 (server) and I can see all the options to create issue with Due date, edit it via "Edit" screen and even inline edit. See screenshots pls:
Can you describe the problem from start so other people can help you?
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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