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Hi I am creating multiple projects in Jira for various teams. Certain fields are made mandatory by me, I need this only for one project and other projects should not follow this. Also, if there are 2 different projects fields of both these projects can vary based of required and optional fields.
Hi @Jyotika Patil ,
In Jira, you can define the field behavior through field configuration. And this can be applied to specific projects.
Check out these steps and resources:
1. Create a New Field Configuration Scheme: go to "Fields" > "Field configuration schemes"
2. Configure the Field: within the Field Configuration Scheme, you'll see a list of fields that you can configure to make field mandatory (required)
2.1: We'll configure the fields under this scheme
2.2: Search for the desired field and make it Required
3. Associate the Field Configuration Scheme with the Project that you want to apply this rule: you can do this step from the Project Settings as well
I hope this helps!