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How to set WIP Limits within a Kanban board?

We are considering the adoption of Jira Product Discovery for displaying a Portfolio Kanban - a kanban system, with the goal of visualizing and restricting work-in-process.

We are looking for a way to set WIP Limits on columns of a kanban view: we love the approach within Jira (with min and max for each column) and we would love to see it also within Jira Product Discovery.

Any clue on how to do it?


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Rohan Swami
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May 22, 2023

Hi @Simone Longoni Right now this can only be enforced manually, by doing things like renaming the column name. eg. rename "In Progress" to "In Progress max. 6". Hopefully someone can share another workaround!

Thanks @Rohan Swami! Definitely better than nothing...
I was hoping for something more visual (like the red background of the column when the thresholds are violated...
Thanks again and let's keep our fingers crossed! :-)

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