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How to search Agility project?

How do I get to know that if there is any Next Gen project exists in my Jira instance?

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Hello,

If you are an admin, go to the Jira settings -> system -> backup manager. All next-gen projects will be listed there:

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@Alexey Matveev _Appfire_Thanks, I found the list as I am admin.

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Hi @Vedant Kulkarni,

Here is how to tell if you are in an Next-Gen project:

From your project sidebar, select Project settings. If you see a Features item in your project settings, then you are in a next-gen project. Select the Features item and you'll see some toggles. This is just one of the things that make next-gen projects unique, the ability to toggle features in one click without multiple layers of settings.

If you see a Summary item in your project settings, then you are in a classic project. The Summary page shows all the advanced configuration and various schemes used to manage your project. It's powerful stuff, but can be a bit overwhelming if you're not used to it.

You can find more information on it in this article: 

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Next-gen-articles/Everything-you-want-to-know-about-next-gen-projects-in-Jira/ba-p/894773

-Scott

Thanks @Scott Theus.

I cannot see any option while I am searching a project. I have attched a screenshot you can see that.

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If I select Software then classic projects will also came. My concern is that there is any options to search Next Gen projects?

 

 

Thanks,

Vedant

There isn't anything that defaults in the project list that differentiates between Next-Gen and Classic projects. You have to look at each one individually. But...if you add "Next -Gen" as a Category in the project details you can sort using the Category field.

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@Scott TheusThanks, this can be another solution.

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