I have several separate JIRA applications (i.e. not projects), which I would like to use a single scrum board for.
What is the recommended way of achieving this?
If there isn't one, is there any way in which I could manually create the issues on a board on one of these applications, and then link to issues on other applications, but then also have the board updated on changes from the remote applications?
The applications are separate systems, so you'd need a way for one of them to pull in the data from the others.
The only way I know of doing this would be to forget the pull and duplicate the information. Use something like K15t's Backbone to set up duplicate projects in the one you want to use the board in, with 2 way synchronisation.
Thank you for your response,
however K15t's Backbone doesn't help in my use case, since it can only use a cloud application as a partner for sync.
I'm looking for a plugin which can be installed on a cloud JIRA deployment, and one way sync from other JIRA installations (both cloud and non-cloud) without being installed on them.
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