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Ordering of Components when creating or editing an issue

I am having an issue around the Components field.

In the Components screen I can see all the components for a specific project listed in alphabetical descending order by default.

The problem I have is when creating a new issue and expand the list of components, how those components are ordered seems to be random.

Is there a way to have the list of selectable components when creating an issue be in some alphabetical order?

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Bill Sheboy
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Feb 04, 2022

Hi @Ben Muise -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

I believe that list is currently by "created" order of the components, and there are a couple of open suggestions/defects to fix this.  Please take a look and watch/vote for them to see progress:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-71419

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-76703

Kind regards,
Bill

Hi Bill, 

Thanks for the clarification and pointing me to the right suggestion links.

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Michael Thompson
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Mar 23, 2023

JRACLOUD-71419 "gathering interest" for 4 years.

JRACLOUD-76703 "open" for 2 years.

I wish it wasn't the case, but since migrating from Server to Cloud I've lost so many basic features it's laughable. It seems every time I search for a solution to a difference between Server and Cloud there's at least one existing issue that is Open or "Gathering Interest" for years, some as much as 12 years!

I appreciate the research on your part Bill, I'm just deeply frustrated by Atlassian's lack of movement on so many simple fixes.

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Bill Sheboy
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Mar 23, 2023

Hi @Michael Thompson 

Agreed, as I am just another customer  :^)

There are some very old, basic suggestions that have lingered.  Often I find a need to build my own, or buy, to fill those gaps.  The products do continue to improve over time, yet I do wonder about the decision-making on the product teams.

Kind regards,
Bill

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