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  1. Choose project name and key


    Each project has a unique name (e.g. JIRA Junior) and a unique key (e.g. JJ). The project key becomes the first part of that project's issue keys, e.g. JJ-1, JJ-2, etc

  2. Choose one of project types (listed below) which are related to your requirements. More deep description is available on:  JIRA applications and project types overview

    Project type is related to issue types and schemes which are pre-configured. It could be changed in future, but it is easier to start from type related to your methodology or procedures.

  3. Create request for new project at (Features -> New Project) or sent an e-mail at
    with all related information: name, key, type and users/developers if you need help with permission assignment.