I see less fields when I create an issue from the kanbanboard then creating it from administration part

Hello,

When I create an issue in a project I see less fields when I create an issue from the kanbanboard then creating it from administration part.

What is the reason for this different behaviour?

 

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Ok, let's go back to basics.

When you look at your Kanban board, what project(s) does it cover? 

Pick ONE of these projects, and start creating an issue from the Kanban board for that project.  Pick an issue type too.  List the fields you are offered.  Cancel the create (if you want), as we're just testing.

Now go to the SAME project.  Create a new issue using the standard UI option.  Make sure you select the same issue type.  List the fields you are offered.  (And cancel again if you want)

What is the difference between the two lists?

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Does your board definition limit the fields on the Kanban board?

Thanks for the answer!

 

Where can I see it?  is it in Issue Detail View?  There I see a lot of fields?

In the Kanban board settings.

I also see the same behaviour when starting in a different project without kanbanboard

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Nov 24, 2015

Can you screenshot the two examples of where you are entering issues to clear this up?

I found the difference.   Thanks for helping me!

 

I created a new user and he saw everything correct.   It seems I changed the configuration via Where is my field and he keeps on remembering it.

 

Greetz

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