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I have a team managed project under Jira Work Management. Is there a way that the issues created in this project are automatically visible in other team managed projects? And the handlers of the other projects can assign people to it.
Hi @Suhail Kazi
I would also recommend the shared filter option suggested above by Marcus. However, if your users don't have access to each other projects you might want to check third-party synchronization tools available on Marketplace.
The one developed by my team, Issue Sync Pro simplifies the process of sharing issues between multiple Jira Work Management or Software projects and even separate JIRA instances. It offers:
1. Automatic issue creation: Set up rules to automatically create synchronized issues across projects.
2. Real-time Updates: Changes of fields, comments, attachments, or statuses made to one issue are instantly reflected in the other ticket.
3. Customization: Tailor synchronization rules (when and what to synchronize) to your specific requirements.
If that sounds interesting, feel free to test the app for free or book a demo session.
Kasia from Deviniti
Hi @Suhail Kazi ,
There's no way to have them automatically visible from within the other projects other than to clone your issues into the other projects. That means, however, that you will have 2 versions of the same issue. You could link them after you clone them and then set up automations to keep them in sync.
Another option would be to create a filter. Create your filter with all of the projects you want to view together. Remember, each agent will need access to the projects that you display in the filter. This way everything is in one place and users can be assigned/manage those items from the filter itself.
~Hope that makes sense :)