Hello again, Harry.
No workarounds available for this one so far. The following ticket addresses the need to have the feature to disable it globally:
I can create a separate ticket to address your specific concern of having this disabled by default during user creation if you prefer. Let me know what your preference is. Else, I will include this question as an internal reference for the development team to highlight the need of having it.
No worries. I went ahead and created the Suggestion for you.
Meanwhile, may I know the context behind having this feature? Do you have any specific reason as to why you would like to have the JIRA Labs feature disabled for new users automatically?
Hey there, Harry.
Thanks for sharing. I have included your thoughts about the issue in the ticket for reference purposes. Rest assured the development team is constantly evolving the new issue look for improvement as mentioned in the The new Jira issue view, so all feedbacks are welcomed.
In my opinion, what you said makes sense. New features in general will impact the way some of us work. It would be best to introduce it to users who are interested first rather than pushing it directly since not everyone would be keen to it. Please share your feedback in the ticket so the team will can gather more feedbacks. If you prefer, I can also include it as an internal comment.
Let me know if that works for you.
Good Morning, We know something about how to disable jira labs by default. The experience is very bad. Grouping all the fields on the right side is horrible. also some plugins are not seen correctly, it seems incredible that this enabled by default for new users.
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