In this chapter, we looked at how Jira structures its presentation with screens. We looked at how screens are used in Jira via screen schemes, which map screens to issue operations. We also looked at how issue type screen schemes are then used to map screen schemes to issue types. Therefore, for any given project, each issue type can have its own set of screens for create, edit, and view. We also discussed how screens can be broken down into tabs to provide a more logical grouping of fields, especially when your screen starts to have a lot of fields on it.

Together with custom fields, which we saw in the previous chapter, we can now create effective screen designs to streamline our data collection. In the next chapter, we will delve ...

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