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Do you have plans to define a taxonomy for "ideas"? I mean... if someone presents an idea, I'm curious about how the idea can explain its relationship with the:
I'll admit, I think I'm still trying to figure out how the capturing of ideas works in regard to connecting them back to the business initiatives or themes. I'll just keep exploring the JPD product in the meantime. Thanks in advance for your reply!
I am struggling with a bit of this as well. High level goals and objectives can be captured by the various "Select" fields you can create. You might be able to setup a chain of automation that connects the relationships if they are that linear for you?
However I am really struggling with problems/opportunities. They say you can use an idea issue type to represent both "ideas" and "problems", but they are two very different things to me. An idea is a proposed solution to a problem. I might have multiple ideas for any given problem that I want to explore and rank. It seems like I need two different issue types for this. I would collect feedback on both as well. Insights to prove the pervasiveness of impact of the problem and insights on the desire for the solution if.
I guess I could use fields to manage this as well, but I don't want to see my problems in the same list as my ideas and when looking at my ideas I want to clearly see what problems they are assigned to.