Is it possible to alter BrowseProjects.jspa to change the default project category filtered on entry.
On the menu item 'projects'->'view all projects' its URL is "/BrowseProjects.jspa#all", I would like to be able to change the 'all' to something else.
Thanks in advance
As far as I know, this is not possible - except by customizing JIRA's source code.
The only alternative option you have besides browsing all projects is to browse the recent ones using /BrowseProjects.jspa#recent". Please note that you may restrict the list of projects displayed according to each user's permissions.
I added some project catagories and linked the projects to those then I changed the projects->view all projects menu item from showing all to showing the catagory I wanted.
Change the JIRA projects->view all projects menu link so that it defaults to non categorised projects
The file system-top-navigation-plugin.xml contains the element to change this link:
<web-item key="project_view_all_link" name="View All Projects Link" section="browse_link/project_view_all"
Highlighed in red is the pass through value all which I have changed to none.
Do you have any idea about where this BrowseProjects.jspa is located?
Or how to do I access the page responsible for the View All Projects view.
I'm currently using JIRA 7.x and I'd like to make all the projects appear in a single scroll-able page instead of divided up in numbered pages.
Many thanks in advance, awaiting your response,
P.S. You can also view How to view All projects in a single scroll-able page instead of various numbered pages for more info about what Im asking for.
I’m a designer on the Jira team. For a long time, I’ve fielded questions from other designers about how they should be using Jira Software with their design team. I’ve also heard feedback from other ...
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