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LPD Company Managed structure

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Hi,

Is there an option the have a structured setup in LPD, like company managed structure in Jira?

Is this an option coming, or would LPD more set as an open way like team managed projects?

We would like to use the product, but we would like an options where we could use overall calculation (e.g. WSJF) in the same way for each LPD project.

Cheers,

Marc

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HI @Marc Koppelaar , it is not possible yet: Jira Product Discovery was built on top of Team-managed projects (which is how we've been able to give product managers the flexibility to completely customize the project). 

There are 2 things we're looking into:

  1. supporting JPD as company-managed projects OR letting you reuse field definitions across projects
  2. in the meantime, being able to create a project from another project and copy all field and view configurations

Cheers,

Tanguy

Hi, maybe you have an estimate of when it might happen (either of the options)?

Having LPD at the company level (company-managed) and being able to use the LPD Idea issue type as an Initiative issue type and a parent for epics would be pure magic.

We use Advanced Roadmaps and the only thing we need is to connect Discovery and Delivery to make it work seamlessly and avoid copy/pasting and similar mundane error-prone activities.

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