Hi, I've been thrown into the JIRA world, and I have no experience with it, but everyone in the division I'm in is using it. Just yesterday, I put out an Xcel spreadsheet with a list of product items, and the first thing that happened was my manager put it into Confluence... sigh...
OK, back to my question, there seems to be a concept of "Board" and "Structure", and probably other stuff. What I really want is a list of epics and/or stories that are targeted for a particular release. I created a "Board" which oddly just references another "board" so I'm not sure the point... I think structure may be the answer, not sure.
Ideally, I would like a list of epics/stories, and the targeted release version and then be able to sort on it, so I can see which ones go to which release. This seems so simple to me, it is likely a dumb question, thanks for putting up with me :-)(
Hi @Mike Bradley , welcome to the community!
Just some background context that might be useful:
Jira has its own query language known as JQL which always returns a set of issues depending on how you structure the query. You can save and reuse these queries (which become known as Saved Filters) and they become the backbone of a lot of different Jira features such as Boards and Reports.
For your question, there are two fast approaches you can take:
I think the first approach is probably more in-line with what you're looking for, but it may be worth exploring the bolded words above (Atlassian has great documentation) just to see what you're able to do.