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Adding Tempo custom fields to your Jira next-gen projects makes it much easier for you to create, manage and report on Tempo data such as the Account and Team fields - and allows you to integrate it with data from Jira classic projects too.
Enabling Tempo App Fields in Jira Next-Gen Projects
Enabling app fields within Jira next-gen projects requires the Jira Administrator or Next-gen Project Administrator permission.
To add Tempo custom fields to your next-gen projects, you first need to enable Tempo products within your project settings.
Navigate to your next-gen Project settings.
Select Apps and then App fields.
Toggle to enable access to your Tempo product(s).
Adding Tempo Custom Fields to Jira Next-Gen Issue Types
Adding Tempo custom fields to next-gen issue types requires the Jira Administratoror Next-gen Project Administratorpermission.
Once you've enabled Tempo's app fields, you will have access to Tempo's two custom fields: Team and Account. By adding theTeam and Account issue fields to your next-gen issue types, you will see these fields when you create, view, and edit these types of issues – and will be able to report on them as well.
To add the Tempo custom fields, go to next-gen Project settings and select Issue types.
Team and Account will be included in the list on the right under Previously-created fields.
Simply drag Team and Account from the side panel into Context fields and save the changes to add them to your issue types.
Linking Teams to Next-Gen Projects
Once you have added the Account field to the Jira next-gen issue types you will automatically be able to access a list of accounts in your projects. However, to access a Team from within an issue, you need to first link the team(s) to your Jira next-gen project.
Navigate to Apps - Tempo - Teams.
Select the team(s) you wish to link to the Jira next-gen project and add the link to the project.
The team(s) will now be accessible from within your Jira next-gen project.
You can find out more about managing and administering Jira next-gen projects in Atlassian's documentation.