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Close Jira Cloud Panel in Excel

My organization automatically deploys the Jira Cloud add-in for Excel. I had a worksheet open yesterday and accidentally clicked the "Get Jira Cloud" button, which opened up a Jira Cloud side panel in Excel. Now I can't seem to get rid of the panel, no matter what I do.

I've tried all combinations of closing the panel, saving the file, saving as, moving it around, etc., but I whenever I reopen that worksheet, the panel comes back. When I open a different worksheet (in which I haven't clicked the Jira Cloud button), it is not there, unless I click the button.

Forgive my ignorance since I honestly have never even used Jira, but I figured you guys might have some insight. I'm working with some pretty complex worksheets so while copying and pasting all the data into a new, un-broken one would theoretically work, it would be a less than ideal solution.

Using Excel 2019.

 

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5 answers

To close the panel, just click on the X in the superior right corner of the Jira panel.

That closes it for that session, but it keeps opening everytime the excel workbook is opened.

It is very annoying.

How canit be got rid off completely?

1 vote

Please fix this issue. very annoying 

Any upgrade?

The same here in a shared spreadsheet.
My boss is gonna kick my ... if I don't get it out of there.

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