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I found an answer on that that indicated it's in the details of project settings. However, when I go to this location I only see
- URL (which is blank)
- Project Type
- Project Category
Hello @Mont ,
I have followed these steps in order to get the project id.
Attached screenshot for your reference.
Note: You need Jira Administrator Global permission for this method.
Hope this helps.
This does not work for me in a Jira Cloud instance. How do I find it in a Cloud environment?
Why do you need it? The REST API lets you work from project key, there's no need to use the ID.
I recieved an email by our Atlassian mail handler. It says that a comment could not be added to an issue, because the user does not have access to project 10010. In order to analyse the user rights and project settings, it would be helpful to know, which project that is...
Well, never mind. The email provides the involved issue key. I hope that issue key and project ID correspond to each other...
ZAPIER requires the Project ID - the KEY doesnt seem to work in this instance (although it says it should..).
Where can we find the Project ID in TYOOL 2023.