I'm using JIRA cloud. v1000.1092.0
I have 4 issues to create as default in the 'Create' tab:
I want to add Test Case in the 'Create' tab.
I tried going in into administration section and selected 'Add Issue Type' under 'Issue', creating and saving it, but it's not beinng shown in the 'create' tab!
If anyone knows the solution for this, please sahre and help.
Thanks in advance.
I actuly did that already exactly the same way as you suggested. I didn't know that issue types have to be added in the project level individually.
Is there a way that I can have an issue type in the global setting?
Also, How do I add 'People' tab in the navigation bar, do you know by any chance?
Thanks again for your attention and kind response.
Happy to help. There's no such thing as adding "an issue type in the global setting." Each project is assigned an issue type scheme. Some projects can share a scheme, but there's no way to tell JIRA to always include a single issue type in every scheme. You have to configure each scheme to include the issue type.
The closest thing to what you're looking for is to create one issue type scheme, then use that scheme across all projects. I don't know if that's practical for how you use JIRA, but it's an option.
I'm also not sure what you mean by the "People" tab in the navigation bar. Can you clarify what this means?
I've seen a video on YouTube (posted most recently) where there is a tab titled 'People', and by clicking on that, the user gets a window populated showing the dev team (Devs and Testers) along with their shceduled work hours.
I believe I stumble upon it while searching for Agile Estimation resource online.
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