Project Labels

Project Labels: Manage Jira labels perfectly

Preventing misspellings in labels and optimizing search results

Organize your projects individually: With Project Labels, project administrators in Jira Cloud can assign their own labels per project and manage them at project level. This way, you gain control over all your Jira labels, can predefine them and control your projects even better. For example, spelling or typing mistakes in the free text field of the labels can be prevented beforehand. The result: a much easier and more accurate search for projects via label keywording.

All labels used in your project are displayed in one place with Project Labels. This gives you a perfect overview and lets you work in it directly: Rename misspelled labels right away or delete labels you no longer need. Merge tasks on the same topics but with different labels without duplications. In addition, labels created with Project Labels can be queried with JQL (Jira Query Language), just like any field in Jira.

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Project Labels

Advantages of Project Labels

More productivity

With Project Labels you can significantly increase the productivity of your processes.

Better workflow

The precise assignment of your labels improves your workflow.

Optimal overview

With Project Labels you have a perfect overview of your projects, all in one place.

Features of Project Labels


Assign labels individually

With Cloud Workflows, you have the ability to set permissible labels for each project individually in advance.


Manage labels in one place

See all labels used in your project in one place and manage them there instantly.

JQL compatible

Like any other field in Jira, Project Label works with JQL queries.

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