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Jira Cloud - cannot create / select CLASSIC Projects

I am using JIRA CLOUD.

I seem to have lost the ability to create CLASSIC projects. Next Gen will not work for us because we have custom fields that we need to use across all projects.


I only seem to have the ability to create projects from these templates. How can I create a project from an existing project and/or create a CLASSIC Project 



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Pramodh Community Leader May 05, 2021

Hi @Stefanie Sullivan 

  • Select the Product (Jira Software, Jira Service Management, Jira Work Management)
  • Select the Project Template once you select the Product
  • Select Company managed project (You have team managed and company managed)
  • On the next page, you will get to choose the shared project settings option.


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Hi, @Stefanie Sullivan !

Note that share project settings aren’t available on Free plan.

Look through the documentation:

To create a project with a shared configuration:

  1. Select Projects > Create project in the navigation.
  2. Under project templates, templates are grouped into a series of use-case based categories. Under Products, templates are grouped by Jira Cloud products. Choose a category or product.
  3. Learn more about the available templates and select a template.
  4. View the detailed information on the template and choose Use template.
  5. Choose project type: Company-managed.
  6. Give your project a name.
  7. Select Advanced. Note that share project settings aren’t available on Free plan.
  8. Tick the Share settings with an existing project checkbox.
  9. Use the Choose project dropdown to select the project from which you want your new project to share its configuration.
  10. Select Create.

Now application Jira Core ("Classic") become Jira Workflow Management.

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Ollie Guan Community Leader May 06, 2021

Hi @Stefanie Sullivan ,

As mentioned by @Pramodh and @Alexander Bondarev , you can also refer to the matching relationship in the screenshot below.


yes - that was it - step 2! Thank you all!

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