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In my previous role, I set up a form connected to my Jira Product Discovery project that enabled anyone to submit ideas to the product team. I cannot for the life of me see how to do that now that we have a discovery project in my new company. Was this feature removed from Discovery projects? If it was, can you bring it back!?!?!?!
Hi @Abby Kiesling,
I don't know how you have created a form in a Jira Product Discovery project before. I cannot remember having seen the capability there.
Forms are a feature of Jira Work Management, which is a different product having its own feature set. While Jira also offers the issue collector, that is only available on company managed projects. Product discovery uses team managed projects as a basis, so that won't work either.
As a workaround, you might consider creating a form in a JWM project to do the intake and create linked issues into JPD from there instead. Or - for other use cases - consider using the Product Discovery browser extension to add ideas to the tool from web content of all sorts.
Hope this helps!
Maybe I'm misremembering, but I had something set up that enabled my team to go to a landing page and enter text that fed into my new ideas.
Unfortunately I don't have access to Jira Work Management. I'll play around with the browser extension though! Thanks for the workaround advice.
Jira should definitely add the ability to create a form for product discovering though. It's so important for the team to be able to aggregate all ideas, and it just makes sense to aggregate it in Discovery instead of in some third party application, forcing product team members to manually add them.