Yes, you are correct. You cannot rank issues on the new boards. They are ordered by created date. From that page –
- Items are listed in the order of newest to oldest by creation date.
It's worth noting that these boards are VERY NEW and are being developed for JIRA Core from the ground up. It would appear that the JIRA Core boards do not share any codebase with the RapidBoards we know from JIRA Software.
Further – JIRA Core does NOT at all include the lexorank Rank fields, indexing, and modules that JIRA Software uses to achieve global ranking. I would make sure that Atlassian has your feature request open and that you comment why you need this on their system – They do read all the comments that come in through JAC.
That clears it up, thanks! It's maybe that I'm a noob at creating projects, but at the time I picked a template that seemed to meet my needs, it wasn't clear by any stretch that I was choosing a "labs" feature with a completely different implementation than the boards I'm used to. Oh well, like you say it's very new and will probably take a little time to iron things out. Thanks again.
No it's all fine – I try to keep up to date with all the new features so I just happened to know. I wonder if there's a feature request for that yet.
Thanks for responding. There is no error and no filter/query. It simply won't allow me to rearrange issues by draging/dropping up and down the board. Note that this is a JIRA "Board" (https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracorecloud/working-with-boards-800712866.html), described as a "Labs" feature, but it sure looks like the Kanban I use in other projects where I can move issues vertically.
Is it possible this simply isn't supported in "Boards"? I don't really get why it's a different thing than Kanban boards in other projects I use, but admittedly this is the first time I've created a project.
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