This section of the documentation provides instructions for the setup and configuration of various features that you can enable in YouTrack. In general, these procedures require that your user account is assigned Low-level Admin Write permissions.
To access the Administration menu, click the corresponding icon in the application header.
The settings that are available from the top level of the Administration menu let you configure how issues are managed in projects. Project administrators can configure many of these features in their own projects. Separate instructions for project admins are described in the Projects section of the documentation.
Manage the default definitions for custom fields that are available to all projects in the system.
|Issue Link Types|
Create and edit the types of links that show relationships between issues.
Configure the number of working hours per day and days per week that define your work week. Here, you can also manage the set of work item types that are available in projects that use the Time Tracking feature.
Create, upload, and attach workflows that customize and automate the lifecycle of issues in a project.
These sections of the documentation correspond with the remaining groups of pages that are accessible from the Administration menu.
Manage access to projects in YouTrack and enable authentication modules for third-party services.
Configure standard integrations with external applications.
Manage settings for your YouTrack installation.
Additional topics in this section of the documentation provide instructions for other operations that can only be performed by an administrator.
Connect YouTrack with other applications that are not supported with standard integrations.
Configure projects to process incoming email messages as tickets in YouTrack.
|Safeguard Your Installation|
Learn how you, as an administrator, can protect your YouTrack data from a possible cyberattack.
|Protect Personal Data|
Learn about the features that you can configure and practices you can follow to comply with regulations that govern the storage and use of personal data.