How do I know what project type I originally selected?

I am trying to create a new project with the same features as I have in another one but as we are using OnDemand I can't clone it. I can't remember what project type I originally chose for the project, is there a way to see what type the existing project is?

Thanks

Hannah

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Jason Worley Atlassian Team Jan 04, 2014

Good question, I don't believe there is a way to tell exactly. The closest I can offer are some distinctions between the Simple Issue Tracking and JIRA Classic. When you create a Simple Issue Tracking project you will see the project key name prefacing the issue type and workflow (also a new workflow is created for each project). Additionally, there are more issue types available (8 as opposed to 3) for the JIRA Classic project. You can always create projects of each type and view them here: https://example.atlassian.net/secure/project/ViewProjects.jspa (and of course delete the irrelevant ones)

I have exactly the same question but as @Jason Worley [Atlassian] stated, I think there is no clear indication

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