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Is there a better way to display shared projects?


Really love JIRA AR so far. To display project work being completed by more than one team, we use the 'Color By' view, which is set against a multi-selection dropdown field. However i've now used all the colors up and still have more teams to add.


Is there a more efficient way to show (at a high level) that multiple teams are working on one project?


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Jan 26, 2021

Hi @Elliot Gates ,

Thanks for the feedback - we're glad to hear that you're enjoying Advanced Roadmaps so far. Unfortunately I don't think that there's currently an easy way to do what you're asking.

We have been considering creating the ability to have nested groupings... for example, group by project and sub-group by team (that way you'd be able to see all the teams assigned to any work with a project) however it looks like you're using a custom field to represent the project so this might not work for (unless we introduce group by custom field?)



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