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  1. Jira Software Cloud
  2. JSWCLOUD-20905

Team-managed projects to share custom fields

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      Atlassian status as of June 2022

      Hello all,

      Thank you for continuing to share valuable use-cases and feedback on this ticket. To provide some detail: we are enabling Team-managed projects to be able to re-use global custom fields, while maintaining how custom fields created in Team-managed projects work today.

      We've made steady progress since the previous update and still tracking to the same estimate of Sep-Nov 2022. 

      We are now preparing for an Early Access Program for this feature - estimated to take place in August. If you are interested, please reach out to me at clow@atlassian.com

      I'll continue to provide periodical updates here over the coming months.

      Thank you,
      Carol Low
      Product Manager

      Summary 

      Team-managed projects are the perfect tool for getting non-technical teams into Jira and are finding early success with this. 

      Meanwhile, it is important that a balance is struck between organization-wide structure and the "do it yourself" mentality of next-gen projects. We have configured important custom fields on our "classic" projects that help us keep in sync and report cross-team. 

      As such, please allow custom fields to be shared across team-managed projects and company-managed projects.

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