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Custom field not visible

Ben Krichko August 31, 2023

I have created a custom field called: PMC. This field is a numeric value field. However i'm not able to see it used in the JPD because it won't let me associate it with the Discovery board?

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Omer Meshar
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September 3, 2023

Once you have a field configured in JPD, you can do this - is that what you are looking for?

JPD sum.png

Where instead of Effort, you will use PMC...

Ben Krichko September 14, 2023

Adding the field works. I was able to replicate what you have done there, but with PMC. However; how does that translate to a Dashboard that sums up the total by assignee?

Rohan Swami
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September 15, 2023

@Ben Krichko here's how you would set that upScreenshot 2023-09-15 at 10.46.59 am.png

Ben Krichko September 15, 2023

@Rohan Swami 

How did you get the "sum:" to show up. I have Group by Assignee, then I did 3 fields: Key, Summary, & PMC Test. Not sure why you see "Sum" on the same line as the Assignee, but how do I get there? 

 

Missing Sum.png

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September 15, 2023
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Ben Krichko September 1, 2023

@Rohan Swami 

I agree. It's a not a question of view. I have done that. See below

PMC in View.png

 

It's a matter of creating a dashboard to total of the number of PMC Test numbers by assignees. That's where my disconnect is. 

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Erin Mihalik August 31, 2023

Jira Product Discovery is treated and using the framework from Team-Managed projects.  This means the custom field needs to be created on the specific JPD project and not in the Company-managed custom fields area. They are not shared.

Ben Krichko September 1, 2023

How would one go about creating a dashboard for a Team-Managed Project? 

Rohan Swami
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September 1, 2023

@Ben Krichko can you share more detail on what info you are trying to put in this dashboard, then we might be able to help you out?

The simplest answer is that the fields you create in JPD can be used in JPD views. There are some fields that derive data from outside JPD (Delivery progress, Atlas status/date), but fields from other projects or from Jira Software are not accessible in JPD.

Ben Krichko September 1, 2023

@Rohan Swami @Erin Mihalik 

Hmm...so I've gone at this from 2 angles.

Angle 1: I've created a numeric field in JPD called "PMC Test". I can add in the number value just fine. I can also create a custom filter (Filters-->View All Filters) and see the column header of PMC Test with the respective value next to each Idea. However, I can't seem to get the PMC Test value to show up in a Dashboard

 

Angle 2: I've created a custom Field (settings-->issues-->custom fields) named PMC, but the catch here is I can't seem to get this field to show up as a criteria point in Dashboards either.

 

Ultimately, in JPD, I want to be able to show a dashboard of sum total of PMC values by Assignees. 

Rohan Swami
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September 1, 2023

@Ben Krichko Jira Product Discovery has views. Here's an example of adding a number field to a view.

1. Create a view (bottom left), select list view

2. Add a field, select PMC test

Screenshot 2023-09-01 at 5.56.48 pm.png

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