We have multiple teams have a shared backlog, and the different team is using different board, while some of their issue type or issue type status are the same for the teams. Therefore because the team shared the same issue type or the same status and Kanban column based on issue status, team A's tasks appear on team B's board. I don't want team A's tasks appearing on Team B's board. Is there any way can do this?
I know we can create a quick filter to do that, but it makes the workflow harder for team members.
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We have a simialr environment and what we did to solve this issue is we altered the board queries to also limit by a custom group field "Assigned Group".
We also hae a group for each of the teams, and as they are picking up work they will assign the issue to their group which means that only tasks that are unassigned or assigned to their group will be displayed on their board.
This does come with some education to make sure that teams always use that field, but we haven't had any issues with that so far.
I hope that helps.
Sure thing. So the first thing you are going to do is create a custom group field (if you don't already have an "Assigned Group" field).
Next, you are going to want to add that field to the various Create/Edit/View screens for your project.
Then, you are going to create a few groups to represent the development teams, and you will want to add the members of the teams to the appripriate groups.
Lastly, you are going to update query for the kanban board so that it includes the following JQL logic:
"Assigned Group" = "Team A"
assignee in (membersOf("Team A"))
The first will display everything where the custom group field has been given a value that matches the team name. The second will display everything that is assigned to a user that is a member of a given custom group. I believe either should satsify the filtering you are looking to accomplish.
Let me know if you need any more help.
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