All other answers worked probable fine for the old interface, so I guess we have to get used to the search button... a spotlight finding your way through the JIRA Clouds.
This seems to be an answer to different question. The question for this thread is "How can I delete a board from a project?"
The search button only helps to locate a board.
I'm still clueless as to how a board can be deleted with the latest UI... The search for an answer continues....
There are a couple of references herein that explain how including one I just posted. In fact the Magnifying glass is the portal into many actions now including finding and deleting boards...
magnifying glass - Boards - View all Boards then find the board and use eclipses.
Yes, it's true that boards don't belong to projects, and that can be a useful feature by enabling boards that enable a multi-project overview.
But a board's settings (including deletion of the board) belong to the board, so I don't see why the option to delete a board isn't in the board settings page.
Perfect navigating to this url directly let me delete the boards, but how are users supposed to find this without looking in support forums, theres no easy navigation within Jira. The docs says nothing useful (or it's too hard to find) and searching the docs for 'Delete Board' returns 100 articles that doesn't answer this simple question. Coming from TargetProcess I'm puzzled why so many recommend Jira, it doesn't do much to win me over.
Holy smokes they hide this functionality.
1. Click on Search
2. Type in board
3. Click the Button Boards at the bottom of the returned results.
4. From the list that is displayed find the board you want to delete. At the far right of the entry/row will be three dots ...
5. Click the ... icon and select Delete. Answer the user friendly pop-up Yes or OK and that will do it.
I like the scary Active Sprint delete warning. I can show folks how dangerous it is to create a board without the Admin. ☺
I’ve been using an odd workaround for deleting a 2nd board with an active Sprint on the 1st board.
Just change the board’s query.
Usually the Filter Query is like:
project = MyProject ORDER BY Rank ASC
Change it with
Board Settings -> General and filter -> Filter -> Edit Filter Query
project = MyProject AND text ~ "DeleteMyBoardRandomText" ORDER BY Rank ASC
The board will be empty, now you can delete it. It’s worked so far, maybe I’ve been lucky?
Hi. My situation is similar. The team has accidentally created a second scrum board for an existing project. Now they want to delete board 2 and retain board 1. If I delete board 2, I'm afraid it would affect / delete the project's issues (stories, bugs, etc...). Can someone confirm that I can delete board 2 without affecting anything please. Thanks in advance for your help
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