JIRA provides two distinctive interfaces for projects. One interface is used by users for day-to-day operations, such as to browse project contents, called Project Browser. The second interface is used by administrators to manage project configuration settings, called Project Administration. We will first cover Project Browser and then extend our discussion how administrators can manage projects in JIRA.
Most people spend time browsing the contents of the project rather than managing their configurations. To browse the content of a project, carry out the following steps: