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How do I modify the card layout on a Next-Gen board? Edited

I'd like to display the Due Date field of each issue in the new Next-gen board I created. I'm able to do this in the classic board but the "Board Settings" menu option isn't available on my next-gen board - the only option is Manage Rules. How can I add fields to the card layout?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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Hello,

It is not possble yet.

Jack Community Leader Oct 10, 2018

But you should provide feedback via the link under your profile. 

Hello Everyone,

Today Atlassian announced that when priority and due date are configured on an issue type, they will display these on the card in the backlog and board. This is a first step towards letting you customise the card layout.

For more information re: Their Roadmap, feel free to check out:

Next-gen roadmap for Jira Software Cloud

Is there any information when this feature will be available to next-gen board?

Is this on the roadmap? This is one of the things keeping us from switching to next-gen projects.

Jack Community Leader Feb 05, 2019

the only roadmap we as users have access to is here and I don't see it. However, I'm not sure it really is all inclusive. Strongly encourage the use of "Feedback" button.

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It's on the roadmap - see 'Card Layout' under Coming Soon:

"When priority and due date are configured on an issue type, we'll display these on the card in the backlog and board. This is a first step towards letting you customise the card layout."

^ This aids the original request at least...

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Almost a year and still in the backlog

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Please Atlassian can you have a look at this one?

We need more than the due date and the priority on our cards: we need to be able to add any custom field we have created. 

Thanks!

For next-gen, this future is necessary

+1 on the request :) 

+1

This seems to be the vehicle for pushing for this feature:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-17336

Please move your +1's to votes on that ticket.

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Andrew Kendris Community Leader Oct 09, 2020

Hello Everyone!  This has been resolved for Next-Gen.  When you have the Due Date field enabled and add a date, it will show up on the card:

 

Atlassian Community - Due Date Next-Gen.png

The question remains:

 

How do I modify the card layout on a Next-Gen board?



We have created a severity dropdown for bugs, and a t-shirt size dropdown for tasks.

I would like to see them on cards without having to open details.

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Jack Community Leader Oct 10, 2020

The question remains but the answer also remains - you cannot (as yet) configure cards.

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I get what you're saying.  In my mind, I was disputing the claim "This has been resolved for Next-Gen", because it has not been.

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