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How to see issues from different projects in one roadmap?

MB I'm New Here Nov 30, 2020

Hi. Our team is running multiple projects in Jira, some scrum, some kanban. We are looking for a way to use one roadmap to display epics, used across multiple projects and the epic progress as well as the issues in that epic from multiple projects and the progress of each? 

Roadmap

    Epic 1 - progress %

        Issue 1 (project A) - progress %

        Issue 2 (project B) - progress %

        Issue 3 (project B) - progress %

Is this possible? Suggestions would be great.

Thanks!

1 answer

That's the number one way we use it.  We have the entire hierarchy from multiple projects. You simply add the different projects as sources in your roadmap from the configuration setting or from the beginning they'll ask you if it's a totally new project.

 

Some recommendations ( most of which I shamelessly stole from Atlassian)

1) Use boards rather than whole projects.  That allows you to use sprints that are made on those boards as well as it allows you to filter for the project.  This is important if you have a lot of projects with a lot of issues.

2) If you don't have everything connected in the project (stories to epics to features or whatever you're hierarchy is) don't worry.  It's much simpler to parent in Roadmaps than it is in bulk edit. and you get a nice little progress hit seeing the unparented issues dwindle.

3) I always use a test plan first so that I can get used to how advanced plans works, especially autoscheduling.  I "clone" a project to do that.

Good luck. 

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