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How to add multiple projects to Kanban board

I am trying to add multiple projects to a Kanban project board, so I can track them via roadmap - since I have multiple engineers working across multiple projects. Using the project filter, I am able to bring in one project, but as soon as I use the AND operator, nothing shows up. 

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John Funk Community Leader Mar 09, 2021

Hi Samuel - use the IN operator:

project in (ABC, DEF, 123)

Awesome thanks @John Funk

 

Unfortunately I cannot use multiple projects in the roadmap feature, apparently. Is there any way around this? I cannot fathom how it is helpful to restrict users like this. 

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John Funk Community Leader Mar 09, 2021

To get multiple projects in a Roadmap, you need to upgrade your Jira subscription to the Premium Subscription. That will give you the Advanced Roadmaps feature which includes the ability to create a single roadmap with multiple projects. 

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Hi @John Funk , I kicked off a Premium Subscription free-trial, but I still cannot do it. 

I'm using the 'project in' parameter with 5 projects, and getting this error

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John Funk Community Leader Mar 10, 2021

For the advanced roadmap feature, go to the top navigation bar and click on Plans.

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