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Multiple teams using one project



Most organizations using JIRA create one project per team. However, I am also aware of some organizations that have multiple teams using one project. They then use labels or components to filter out their Scrum boards.

Does this work well with JIRA Portfolio? Can multiple teams share one JIRA project, then  separate teams into different Scrum boards and logical teams in JIRA Portfolio using labels and/or components? If it does work, what are the pitfalls if any?


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Seeking the same answer Chris.

I have 12 projects, of this one project in Jira has 4 teams using components to filter 4 boards and sprints for each team.

I need to find a way for Portfolio to report for each board, so I have created 4 teams in portfolio and assigned each a board for their scope. Portfolio doesn't seem to like this as it is not reflecting the correct scope and backlog items are not accurate. Items are missing and the results change depending on how you apply Portfolio out of the box filters.

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Cheers Jas

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