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Create Custom Issue Type in Jira Work Management App

Hello,

I'm using Jira Work Management for project planning. I'd like to create different Issue screens by type of project. I created a new Issue Type and a screen configuration for it, but I don't see how to add the new Issue Type to the Create Issue screen and Issue Type field. See screenshot below. The only option for Issue Type is Task:

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@Ha Ke -

Welcome to the community.  For Work Management projects, you should click on "Project settings" and then >> Under the Issue Types pane on the left-hand side and click on "Add issue type".

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NOTE - You can only create issue type on a per project base associated with the Work Management project type.  Where you will need to create the issue type via the following screen within each WM project -

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Hope this helps.

Best, Joseph Chung Yin

Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team

Viasat Inc.

I'm sorry - I forgot to mention I'd like to know how to add the new Issue Type at the global level (shown in the screen shot below under Settings Gear), not on a per project basis. The problem with the per project basis is that the Issue Type is only on that project. If I want the Issue Type on another project, I have to create it all over again there. And, if some of the values are the same, I need to make sure I spell them exactly the same way so duplicate field values are not created.  In sum, if we've got a lot of projects, every time we set up a new project, we have to add the new Issue type to it - and make sure values that should match across records are spelled exactly the same. Using the setup menu shown below should create a global Issue Type that I could apply to multiple projects:

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@Ha Ke -

If your Jira Work Management projects are "Company Managed", then you can create issue types/screens configurations (global) etc and apply it to all the projects as needed.  Example - You can create an issue type scheme containing all of the issue types that you wanted, then just associate the scheme to your specific project(s).

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However, if your Work Management projects are "Team Managed", then it is not possible to apply something globally to those projects.

Hope this clarifies my previous statements.

Best, Joseph

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Thank you, I really appreciate your answers. Is there a way to change existing Team Managed projects to Company Managed? (I don't see this option in the Project settings.)  Or do I have to create those projects over from scratch?

@Ha Ke -

You will need to create a company managed project and then you can migrate your issues hosted (if needed) in your team managed project over to the newly created project. 

Here is a link on migrating between team managed/company managed projects - https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/migrate-between-team-managed-and-company-managed-projects/

Hope this helps.  Please click on Accept answer when you have a chance.

Best, Joseph

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Thanks for your help.

Don't forget to click on Accept answer if my suggestions helped you.

Best, Joseph

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