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I have been asked to report on the number of projects we have in Jira.
I searched for this topic, and the only directions were to SYSTEM INFO, which does not look like my Cloud Jira panel.
In Jira Cloud, I just want to know how many projects exist. How? There does not seem to be a way to report on this, which is... odd.
yes, it seems that there is no nice overview is existing currently.
You could query via REST API (also in your browser a quite good overview is returned) like:
In my example it gives me a total of 12 projects, which is correct (please note that the number can show wrong results if the requesting user is restricted for one or more projects):
More information about the endpoint is here:
In case you don't want to do that I'd copy out the list of projects and insert it in a spreadsheet and count lines - all in all not the greatest solution but the nearest you can get.
I would not worry too much about the deprecation label. In case it will be removed there will be likely a endpoint which will act as an successor. To date it would not be known to me the endpoint goes away by short notice.
This is a bit of a workaround but you can also go to https://<your site name>.atlassian.net/jira/settings/system/migration/home and find the number of projects there: