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We are adding quite a few large features to our product. We have created a couple of new projects (prj 2 & 3) to keep large pieces of work and related stories seperate from our main project (prj 1).
I have shared the sprint board for Prj 1 between the projects by amending the filter in the sprint board settings to include the new projects, it works well.
However I can now see all the cards in Prj 2 & 3 in Prj 1's backlog.
Is there a way I can keep Prj 1's backlog for only Prj 1 cards and allow Prj 2 & 3 issues to share the sprint board?
I think the solution is to create an entire new project and sprint board, thoughts please as to a better way.
Hi @Sarah ,
You could create a quick filter that filters out the tickets in the backlog for project 2 and project 3 in the backlog. E.g.,
project not in (Project2,Project3) AND status not in ("To Do")
(I'm assuming "To Do" is the status for backlog items only.)
I just tried it in a test scrum board and worked for me.
Hope it helps.