Question - Where is Jira settings?

Answered by: Theresa Baker  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 20-06-2022  |  Views: 626  |  Total Questions: 11

Editing Jira's advanced settings Choose the Jira icon (,,, or ) > Jira settings > System. Choose General configuration and click Advanced Settings. Edit the value of a Key by clicking its value on the right of the page. The table below has extended information on some of the Key values. Click Update. Manage your Jira personal settings Select Your profile and settings ( ) > Settings. Update the options in the Preferences section and choose Save changes. Select the Jira icon (,,, or ) > Jira settings > Issues. Under WORKFLOWS, select Workflows. Find the workflow you want to share and click View. Changing the default language Choose > System. Select General Configuration to open the Administration page. Click the 'Edit Settings' button, then select the appropriate language in the drop-down box next to 'Default language'. Any additional languages you have installed will appear in the list. See Translating Jira. How to configure a project Choose the Jira icon (,,, or ) > Projects. Choose the project you want to configure. Go to your project and click Project settings. Use the links on the sidebar navigate between the different project settings. Read the sections below for a description of each setting.

https://www.guru99.com/jira-tutorial-a-complete-guide-for-beginners.html

JIRA is a tool developed by Australian Company Atlassian. It is used for bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management. The name "JIRA" is actually inherited from the Japanese word "Gojira" which means "Godzilla". The basic use of this tool is to track issue and bugs related to your software and Mobile apps.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/choosing-a-default-language-214860191.html

To change the default language for the Confluence site: Choose the cog icon, then choose General Configuration. Select 'Languages' in the 'Configuration' section of the left-hand panel. Choose Edit and select the language you want to use as the default language for your Confluence site.

https://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/change-language-in-google-chrome.htm

Changing Language Displayed on Desktop Browser At the top right of the Chrome browser, click Settings. Scroll down and click Advanced. Then click Languages and expand the Languages section on the right. You can toggle the option that says, "Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language you read. "

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/bitbucket-settings-221449735.html

Language—Select the language you want to read when using Bitbucket. The language you select may not be fully translated, so you could still see English in some places. Click translate Bitbucket to contribute to the Bitbucket copy that isn't currently translated for your language.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiracloud/working-with-workflows-776636540.html

A Jira workflow is a set of statuses and transitions that an issue moves through during its lifecycle, and typically represents a process within your organization. You need to log in as a user with the Administer Jira global permission to access and manage workflows.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiracloud/configuring-workflow-schemes-776636598.html

A workflow scheme defines a set of associations – or mappings – between a workflow and an issue type. As a Jira administrator, you can associate issue types with different workflows within a workflow schemes and then share this association with multiple projects.

https://www.quora.com/What-is-JIRA-What-is-the-JIRA-process

JIRA is mainly an issue tracking tool which also provides project management capabilities and an Agile environment. It provides both system and application functionalities to administrators such as, create project, create users, create workflow, create issue and etc.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiracloud/editing-an-issue-workflow-844500771.html

Select the Jira icon (,,, or ) > Jira settings > Issues. Click Workflows. Select the workflow transition you want to change and click Edit. In the Workflow Editor, select the transition.

https://kissflow.com/workflow/create-workflow-online-scratch/

Steps to Create a Workflow: Identify your resources. List out the tasks that should be accomplished. Find out who is accountable for each step and assign roles. Create a workflow diagram to visualize the process. Test the workflow you created. Train your team on the new workflow. Deploy the new workflow.

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/jira/jira_issue_types.htm

JIRA - Issue Types Sub-Task − This is the sub-task of an issue. Bug − A problem that impairs or prevents the functions of the product. Epic − A big user story that needs to be broken down. Improvement − An improvement or enhancement to an existing feature or task. New Feature − A new feature of the product, which is yet to be developed.

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/how-do-I-clone-a-project/qaq-p/22043

Starting in the Projects screen, select Create project. Click Advanced. Select Share settings with an existing project and specify the Key of the project you want to clone. With our cloud app Deep Clone for Jira you can bulk clone more than thousand issues at once.