Power Admin for Jira allows you to find any priority in your configuration and get a full report about its dependent priority schemes, workflows, agile boards, and filters. You can view where and understand how each priority is used.
Power Admin also shows the projects where the priority is part of the project configuration and all the issues with that priority.
A priority is part of a project configuration if its dependent priority schemes and workflows are associated with projects. TheCONFIGURED IN PROJECTSlozenge shows the projects associated with the dependent priority schemes and workflows.
To find a priority:
On Power Admin's landing page, select Priority from the drop-down, type a name or id, and start your search.
On the Search results page, click the name of a priority. You can filter further the priorities by usage in projects (use the Projects filter on the Search page).
Then, the priority’s profile page appears.
The page with search results shows the following information for each Priority:
Name and id of the Priority - You can search for a priority by its name or id.
Projects - shows the count of the projects where the priority is part of the project configuration of its dependent priority schemes and workflows. When you click on the project count lozenge, you will see a list of all the projects.
Issues - count of all the issues with that priority.
Priority's profile page
Using the profile page, you could view all the details about a priority and its usage.
How does Power Admin track a priority’s usage?
Power Admin finds all projects where the Priority is present in the project configuration. The usage information also includes the issues that have this Priority.
Power Admin collects all the priority schemes, workflows, agile boards, and filters that use the Priority. We go through the JQL entries of agile boards and filters and look for references to the Priority.
Learn moredetails about how Power Admin tracks the usage information of priorities.
A priority's usage information is presented in the Summary and Details sections on its profile page.
The Summary section shows:
Count of the projects where the Priority is present in the project configuration. You can click on the count to view a list of the projects.
A priority is part of a project configuration if its dependent priority schemes and workflows are associated with projects.
Count of the issues with that Priority. When you click on the issue count, you will be redirected to the Issue Navigator page listing the issues.
Count of dependent priority schemes, workflows, agile boards, and filters.
The profile page's Details section shows the priority schemes, workflows, agile boards, and filters that depend on the Priority.
The following actions are available for priorities:
Rename - You can click on the name of a priority to rename it. Rename is a safe activity, which means that the priority name will be updated in all dependent configuration elements referring to it by name. Renaming the priority will update all JQL queries within filters and agile boards with the new name.
Edit - Redirects you to the priority's edit page in Jira.
Delete - Allows you to delete a priority without leaving Power Admin. Delete action is not allowed if there are issues with that Priority.
Export - Exports the priority usage information into a CVS file.
The locations feature allows you to view detailed information about the priority usage in agile boards, filters and workflows.
The tool shows the exact relation between priorities and their dependent workflows, agile boards, and filters.
Location details are not available for the usage of priorities in priority schemes.
For example, the screenshot below demonstrates the relation details between a priority and its dependent agile board.