In my tasks I have created a dropdown with 5 different values.
In my kanban board, I would like to filter the tasks based on the values of the dropdown list.
The problem is that i cannot find a way to create this filter.
The Next-Gen projects were created to give an option for those teams which are looking for a simpler solution than the conventional JIRA projects.
That been said, next-gen projects removed several features from the Classic projects in order to give the simplicity some customers are looking for, including the ability to edit the filter of a board.
If you would like to have this feature in the next-gen projects, please feel free to vote for the feature request below:
Also, feel free to add yourself as a watcher to be notified of any updates.
Let me know if you still have any questions.
Thank you for your feedback.
As mentioned before, the Next-gen template was designed for those users who felt overwhelmed by the complexity of JIRA Classic template and requested a simpler option, straight to the point with fewer options of customization.
That being said, we are not planning to take away the features from Classic projects and leave you only with the simple next-gen boards, but to keep both classic and next-gen templates and give both options and set of features you want to implement. Sorry to hear that you feel like we are taken away any features from the application.
If you would like to use Jira Next-gen projects with the possibility to edit filters, I suggest you vote in the feature request so our developers can have more feedback to support the implementation.
For now, you can still use a classic project to have this feature. You can also follow the documentation below if you need to move content between both next-gen and Classic projects:
Let me know if you have any questions.
Basically, the permissions to access/see Classic project issues are configured by its permission scheme, more specifically with the Browser Project permission. Of course, it has more granular permission options than Next-gen (Who can create issues, log work, transition issues, administer project, etc).
So that's what you would need to do in order to make your project private:
1 - Navigate to your project > Project Settings > People and add all the users that should access the project to any role you want (JIRA-Software, for example)
2 - Once you do it, navigate to your project > Project Settings > Permissions
3 - Add the role that you added all the users in People tab in the Browse Projects permission
4 - Remove the "Application access (Any logged in user)" from the Browse project permissions together with all other groups/roles that are not relevant. P.S: The atlassian-addons-project-access is related to the add-ons permission, so you must keep it in your permission scheme.
5 - Check the other permissions that the users must have and keep adding the role you created to it, removing the ones that should not be able to do it.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks, @Petter Gonçalves - this is helpful. One clarification, what if I want to make a board private for only me? I would like to create a place where I can track all work assigned to me, but also personal projects I'm working on.
I tried to create a personal board as mentioned above, but it still requires me to have a project for my Epics (which don't work - all are labeled as "unlabelled" and don't show any of their tasks. I've exhausted my efforts trying to solve this in Jira Cloud).
So ideally, creating a Classic private board only accessible/visible to me would be the best solution from what I can gather.
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