Sorry if this already existed but I couldn't find any answers. I think it has to do with new / beta features (I see BETA next to the backlog and there's a feedback option in the menu) and all the older answers were referencing things that have obviously changed
A user created a new project and did something different than we normally do. I was going to go in and update it so that it's using our normal workflow schemes and such. But all the settings are missing so I can't even get there.
I expand settings for the project and there's only four options:
I don't see Workflows, Screens, Fields, etc. None of the normal stuff. It looks like it was created as a simplified agile project? Is there a way to convert it?
Hi @Phillip Duggan,
Was the user an admin? If not, they may have been able to create an independent project which is a beta feature in JIRA Cloud. Independent Projects seem to be very simplified.
Hope this helps
I don't think they were an admin. That looks like what I'm seeing. My next plan after I figured this out was to go make sure our settings were right to not let just anybody create a project. But this explains it.
I'm not seeing anything about being able to convert an independent project into a normal project though? I have to just delete it and have the team come up with a new key since they can't use the one from the project I'm going to have to delete?
Yes, I was informed of this update in time to limit the user groups to just admins who are able to create independent projects. The permissions for independent project creation are located in the Global Permissions screen.
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