Welcome to Power Admin for Jira

Are you dealing with complex Jira project configurations?

Do they contain hundreds or thousands of custom fields, workflows, screens, and other types of Jira configuration elements? Are you overwhelmed by the complex interactions you need to perform or the number of UI pages you need to visit to understand the connections between the configuration elements?

If you face the challenges above and want to use a more intuitive and elegant UI to solve them, then Power Admin for Jira is the perfect solution for you. It has powerful search and filter mechanisms with full usage information and analysis of any potential change.

Configure and optimize Jira faster and easier using Power Admin for Jira.

How it works

Power Admin for Jira is an advanced administration tool that allows you to:

  • Search for configuration elements;

  • Check usage and dependencies;

  • Edit and configure elements.

Power Admin and CMJ dependency scan differences

You may notice that in some cases, Power Admin and CMJ report a different number of dependencies for a specific configuration element. This is completely normal, and it occurs because the two tools fulfill different use cases.

Learn more about this difference in the Dependency scan differences between Power Admin and Configuration Manager for Jira (CMJ) page.


For more information and technical details, visit the following pages:

Use cases

The primary use cases are:


Power Admin's strong features allow you to be confident in finding, configuring, and optimizing the various configuration elements in your Jira.

Search for Jira project configuration elements by name or ID. You can also export your search results into a CSV file. Power Admin for Jira supports the following configuration element types:

  • App

  • Custom Field

  • Filter

  • Group

  • Issue Type

  • Issue Type Scheme

  • Issue Type Screen Scheme

  • Issue Security Scheme

  • Notification Scheme

  • Permission Scheme

  • Priority

  • Priority Scheme

  • Project

  • Resolution

  • Screen

  • Screen Scheme

  • Service Project

  • Status

  • Workflow

  • Workflow Scheme

You can filter the search results based on:

  • Usage

  • Type

  • Projects

  • Global Context


For each configuration element, you can find a full report about its usage in projects and issues. Then, you can navigate to and review these projects and issues.


You can see the list of first-level dependent configuration elements and further drill down to each dependent object's profile page.

Edit and configure

For each configuration element, you can perform the actions relevant to it - i.e., Configure, Edit, Rename, Delete, Copy, and Export.