Learn for Jira Server and DC

Course Editor

Learn for Jira administrators can delete courses, upload custom courses, and reinstall the default courses.

Navigate to the Course Editor page to access these settings by clicking on the Learn Lighthouse icon at the top-right of Jira and then selecting Course Editor.

You are only able to reach this page if you have a full license for Learn for Jira and you are logged in with an account that has Jira administration permissions.

Download a course

If you want to add or remove content from a course, you need to download it. From the Course Editor page, click Download to the right of a course’s description.

Download link to the right of a course description

This downloads a JSON file with the existing course’s information, which you can then edit.

Create a custom course

You can add or remove both chapters and pages from an existing course, or create an entirely new course.

After downloading an existing course, you can edit its JSON file to change the course, chapter, and page names, descriptions, URLs, and durations.

Once you are done editing the file, save it locally and then upload it to Learn for Jira.

Upload a JSON file to Learn to edit or create a course

If you leave the course name the same, it overwrites the existing course.

If you have a unique course name, it creates a new course.

We recommend that you use an editor like IntelliJ, Atom, or Visual Studio Code.

A web-based course builder is on our roadmap and will be included in a future version of Learn for Jira.

Delete a course

You can remove a course from Learn for Jira by deleting it on the Course Editor page.

Just click the Delete button to the right of the course description.

Reinstall default courses

If you want to restore Learn for Jira to its default course listing, click the Install Courses button at the top of the Course Editor page.

If you click the Install Courses button, this DELETES any custom courses or changes you have created. Before clicking, download and save any customisations, and then re-upload after the installation has completed.