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Duplicate "Story Points" field Edited


Last week, a duplicate "Story Points" field started appearing in our JIRA instance. I'm unable to find more than 1 "Story Points" field in the field configuration section (the cf[10004]). I am not able to find the second iteration of it.

How can I go about finding this second duplicate field and getting rid of it?

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John Funk Community Leader Apr 26, 2021

Hi Francis,

It is possible that another field was created under a Team-managed project? Because those projects do not use the Custom Fields in the last image you pasted in. 

You're exactly right, managed to find the field in a team managed project! Thank you!

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John Funk Community Leader Apr 27, 2021

Great! Glad you were able to track it down. 

Agreeing with @John Funk .

In addition, just fyi, you can determine the ID number assigned to the Custom Fields that you find in the Settings > Issues > Custom Fields screen by clicking the ... button and selecting one of the options like Edit Details.

The new screen that displays shows the ID number as the last part of the URL.


That is the same number that displays in a JQL field where you see "cf[#####]"

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