Bug tracker

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This article is about the official Mojang bug tracker. For a list of pages where issues were previously recorded, see Minecraft Wiki:Issues.
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The Java Edition logo used on the bug tracker.
The homepage of the bug tracker as of 2021.

The Mojang Bug Tracker (officially known as Mojira) is the official website location for players to report bugs for Minecraft. Similar to the feedback site, it is community moderated. The bug tracker is located at bugs.mojang.com. Java Edition bugs are tagged with MC, Bedrock Edition bugs with MCPE, Minecraft Dungeons bugs with MCD, Minecraft Launcher bugs with MCL, website bugs with WEB and Minecraft Realms bugs with REALMS.


The first screenshot of the bug tracker.

Previously, the issues page on the Minecraft Wiki was used to maintain issue reports. Many people complained that the process was too complicated. Due to the high demand for a proper bug tracker instead of using the wiki, Mojang contacted Atlassian, which became their choice due to being flexible and customizable. An email was sent to Atlassian to gain help on making a proper bug tracker. Atlassian immediately offered to help, providing a free JIRA license. A video was published to showcase their improved JIRA developer's API for JIRA v5.0.


Although this new Minecraft bug tracker will mostly be community organized and run, it will be the official location to report bugs in Minecraft that we’ll be keeping an eye on. [...] We’ll be using this new bug tracker for all future releases of Minecraft. If you’re already familiar with JIRA and want to get right into reporting a bug, go check out the new Minecraft Bug Tracker here!


On October 24, 2012, the bug tracker was officially released by Erik Broes and Atlassian using their issue tracker, JIRA.

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  1. "Introducing the Minecraft Bug Tracker!" by Erik Broes – Mojang.com, October 24, 2012.