Hi @Yotam Elal
Can I just clarify that this is what you're referring to? If it is, then you can add a team just by entering a new one into the text box.
This question is basically for us to understand who our users are for JWM and isn't related to the teams who work within the project.
To create a team within your project, you can do this here:
In the People dropdown (top nav) > Start a team > Set team name and invite team members > Start team. Learn more about teams here: https://support.atlassian.com/atlassian-account/docs/what-is-an-atlassian-team/
Hope that helps!
Hi @Jane Yeoh - I think the problem is (at least for me) that I have created other teams already. For example, one is called IAM. I can tag that team in comments (@IAM) and it works fine.
But that team does not show up in the drop down when I am creating a new JWM project. I don't want to create a new IAM as it already exists.
Hi @John M Funk , the dropdown shown above is a separate system than the "Teams" function that you're familiar with. As Jane said, we added that "feature" to have better data collection around which teams are using Jira Work Management. Any "Team" that you make within Jira Cloud will not be represented in that dropdown.
You could think of the "What team is this for?" dropdown as instead saying "What type of team is this for?".
Hope that helps!
@Chase Wilson - thanks for the clarification! Had a feeling that was going to be the answer - that it was a separate groups of teams that what is used in other places. Is there any other functionality built around the Team field? Or is it just to capture some data?
Interested in learning more about Jira Work Management? Have questions you want to get answered? Join us for our upcoming live demo where we’ll take you through the essentials of Jira Work Manageme...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find an event
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no Community Events near you at the moment.Host an event
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local event. Learn more about Community Events