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Hello @joseph nagy
Welcome to the Atlassian community.
Are you working with self hosted Jira (Jira Server or Jira Data Center) or Jira Cloud?
If your URL is similar to the following you are working with Jira Cloud.
Otherwise you are working with self-hosted Jira.
Date of Audit is likely a custom field in your environment. If your Jira Admins created it as a Date Picker field then it should automatically give you a calendar pop-up when you click in the field.
That is not a Jira Cloud URL. All Jira Cloud (SaaS product) URLs are in the domain atlassian.net. Your URL indicates you are using a self hosted product, either Jira Server or Jira Data Center.
In order for a field to present a calendar pop-up the field must be created as a Date Picker or Date/Time Picker type of field. It is not possible to change the type of the field after it is created. If the field was not created as the type you need then you would have to replace the field with a new custom field of the correct type.
Only a Jira Administrator can create custom fields and make them available in projects on screens.
If you are new to Jira Administration I recommend that you visit the Atlassian University website and take advantage of free administrator training courses that you find there.
Additionally there is a lot of documentation about administering Jira systems with detailed documents on different administration tasks, like creating custom fields. This community even includes a link to the documentation library.
You will need to select Data Center and Server to get to the documentation library for your hosting type for your Jira product.
After selecting your hosting type and product you'll need to make sure to select the version of the product that you are using.
Then you'll be able to access the documentation relevant to your version of the product.
You can also find many videos on YouTube demonstrating these tasks.
If you don't know who the administrator of your Jira system is, you will need to reach out to people within the company that manages the system. You could start by contacting the person who initially helped you get access to it. Or you could reach out to the IT support team of the company.