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I have been using Atlassian JIRA in all my projects so far which was on my company domain. I was creating tickets with clear Definition of Readiness and Definition of Done so that the assignee was clear on the prerequisite and objective of the ticket.
Recently I was assigned a new project and when i tried to create a new JIRA project, it said Atlassian closes support for Server* products after February 15th 2024. Hence I created JIRA project on cloud. Here my JIRA project cosmetic interface looks different (which is okay) but I was surprised to see DoD and DoR fields are missing. They are not in configurable fields also!!
Did anyone face this issue or am I missing something?
Hi @Savitha V
Welcome to the Community!
A lot of assumptions below, sorry, they're here just to expedite the help.
I get a feeling that your DoD and DoR fields were actually Checklist fields, is that correct?
If so, you were most likely using Checklist for Jira or some other app which allows you to define your own fields of custom types.
In the Cloud things work a little bit differently as App makers cannot define their own custom field types - so there are no custom fields of type Checklist at all as far as I'm aware.
You may want to take a look at Cloud checklist apps. As the member of the team behind Issue Checklist Free and Pro, I strongly recommend giving that one a try as it is perfect for storing your DoDs and DoRs.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Hi @Savitha V it depends on the role you have in your Organization.
If you go to this link, you see a yeallow button and it says either Get it free or Request App.
If it's Get it Free, you have the necessary permission to install the app on your own in some Jira instance. If it says Request app, you can use that button to send a message to your Jira Admin.