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The following information only applies to next-gen projects.
To check which type project you need help with, look at the bottom of your project’s left-hand sidebar:
If you see an icon stating You’re in a next-gen project with Give feedback and Learn more menu items, you're in a next-gen project.
If you don't, you're in a classic project. Check out our classic project documentation.
Next-gen projects and boards allow you to switch on any features you need, and ignore the ones you don't. We recommend only enabling the features your team needs and disabling everything else. This way, your project doesn't get cluttered and your team can focus on the things that matter.
To enable agile features:
If not already there, navigate to your next-gen project.
In your project sidebar, select Project settings > Features.
Use the toggles to enable and disable features for your project.
Check out our no-nonsense guide to agile development.
Enable the next-gen roadmap to create, manage, and visualize your team's epics.
Create, manage, and gain insights from epics on the next-gen roadmap.
Enable the next-gen backlog to plan work in advance so team members can jump on important tasks when they’re ready.
Enable next-gen sprints so your team can work on the issues they've committed to during a set time period.
Enable next-gen estimation to calculate your team's velocity.
Enable and disable next-gen pages to keep track of project content in Confluence Cloud.
Enable and disable releases and versions to group project work into milestones.
Enable the Code feature to begin linking and displaying your team's repositories in your project.
Enable and disable the project issue navigator to search for issues in your next-gen project.
Enable next-gen reports to track and analyze your team's work throughout a project or sprint.
Use the next-gen burnup report to track your team's progress as they complete a sprint.
Use the next-gen cumulative flow diagram to see which columns accumulate more issues than others.
Use the next-gen velocity report to predict the amount of work your team can do in future sprints
Use the next-gen sprint burndown chart to predict your team's likelihood of completing their work in the time available.
Enable the Deployments feature to begin tracking the progress of a work-item as it moves through your deployment pipeline.
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