I just downloaded jira software and I would like to create a Scrum Project with stories sprints and so on. It is possible to do this in trial version? Or is any trial version for students?
Yes. It is possible to create a scrum project in while using a trial/evaluation licence.
However, to do this you need to make sure you activate 'JIRA Software'.
Go to JIRA Admistration (i.e. cog icon on top menu bar) > Applications > Versions & licenses.
Make sure 'JIRA Sottware' has licence details pasted in.
Then you'll be able to create projects using the JIRA Software project templates, one of which is for Scrum.
No problem. I've summarised what I think is the full answer below.
Can you take a look. If it is accurate, answered your question and fixed the issue please consider marking it as accepted.
That will help other community members in future if they have the same problem.
I'm afriad I can't help there.
I moved this to a new question in the approiate place here: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/FishEye-Crucible-questions/How-do-I-integrate-FishEye-and-Crucible-with-gitHub/qaq-p/459504
Hoepfully you 'll get an answer from someone in the Community who knows.
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