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11 May 2018
Atlassian is proud to present Jira Software 7.10 EAP. This public development release is part of our Early Access Program (EAP) leading up to the official Jira Software 7.10 release. We are making these EAP and Release Candidate milestones publicly available so that developers can start assessing the impact of the changes that we are making.
You can archive any project in Jira if you're no longer working on it. It's a good practice to archive inactive or completed projects, so they don't clutter your Jira instance. Project archiving is available in Jira Software Data Center and Jira Service Desk Data Center.
Archiving a project helps you:
To archive a project:
Go to Administration > Projects.
Find a project you want to archive, and select ... > Archive.
After you archive a project, it will be restricted from viewing and moved to the Archived projects page. You can see what exactly happens to an archived project below.
The project is kept in the database, so you can restore it whenever it's needed again. You can do it from the Archived projects page. The project will be available immediately after restoring, but you need to re-index it (Project settings > Re-index project) to make it visible in search results.
We're bringing a refreshed look and feel to many of our Server and Data Center products, including the whole Jira family. This work is based on the new Atlassian design and includes things like updated colors, typography and icons. In Jira 7.10, we're mostly updating the following pages, but you'll also notice some smaller tweaks all around Jira.
Things to watch out for if you're an app developer:
You can find more changes in the AUI upgrade guide.
We haven't made any changes to the navigation, like you may have seen in our Cloud products, so you should still know your way around. As for the pages listed above, just have a look at these screenshots, or better yet install the EAP and see for yourself!
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