I am not a programmer but use JIRA to document and track my software change requests, bugs, etc.
I made the mistake of "trying out" the new interface.
I want to go back to the classic JIRA interface I know how to use.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Kate
In new versions of JIRA, the interface change is something that is not interchangeable with old versions in that sense.
In light of that there are two things I would recommend:
If you're using Cloud and you're referring to the new look:
No, it's not just you, there are plenty of people complaining.
Even I don't like it, and I'm an Atlassian fan. It's not the layout for me, but that I don't have the options I actually use immediately available. I should be able to click once and start typing a search (like the old UI). I should have instant access to admin functions. The page tree in Confluence should be there, not buried behind several clicks. And so-on.
This is a bigger issue, they have made changes to the layout of the UI, I agree the 1-click and go is gone. Filtering has changes, searches has changed, entering Issues has changed, and now in the middle of projects people have to relearn JIRA. Complete waste of time to teams, lost productivity to projects. This was a complete fail as a rollout and should be documented.
Hi just tried the new interface and one of the main simple function is missing - when looking at issues, the actual issue I'm viewing isn't highlighted so have to always scroll back up to remember which number I'm looking at - the old view always had it bolded or highlighted so I knew which one I was on and can continue moving down the list...
After the trial, doesn't have anywhere I can see to switch back or provide feedback.
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