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Custom fields are not displayed automatically.

Leonardo Zevallos Guzman November 9, 2023

I have created custom fields in JIRA, I have added them to the default schema so that they appear when creating issues in a new project but they do not, I show them graphically.
Incidencia por default.png                                They do not even appear in the display fields/custom fields section.Incidencia por default- extras..png
However, they appear when I already create an incident in this section.
Configuracion de incidencias .png
The configuration I made is this:

Condifuracion de administrador.png
If someone could tell me the solution with detailed steps, that would be great.

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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November 9, 2023

Hi Leonardo,

You have added some global custom fields, and put them in the default project configuration schemes. 

This will make company-managed projects take them up if you use the shared schemes for them.

But you're looking at a team-managed project.  These do not use schemes for their configuration; all their configuration is local to the project.  

TMPs can have local fields, and they can include global fields.  Your third screen-shot is the important one.  The area you have noted is the list of global fields you can reuse in the project.  The area above is for adding project-local fields.

There is no way to default the configuration of TMPs, you will have to add the fields manually to each project when you want to use them in a TMP.

Leonardo Zevallos Guzman November 9, 2023

Ok I will have to manage everything as projects managed by the company

Thanks¡. 

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