Would love your advice …
Me and my colleagues work as a specialists in a large organization. We regularly gets assigned different issues from different teams who track their work in different projects with different scrum sprints.
Me and my colleagues would like to be able to create a JIRA board where we can track the different tasks that needs to be done for different projects, as well as our own tasks that may need to accompany the tasks for other teams.
We can create a board with a filter that tracks all of our stories from different projects. The thing we’re struggling with is to find a concept to timespan different stories belonging to the same theme.
What we would like to accomplish:
Theme A needs to be done by mid June.
3 stories from project A
2 stories from project C
5 stories from our own project
Theme B needs to be done by mid august
5 stories from project C
1 storie from project 1
We’ve tried to set up our own sprints, but stories from other projects already belong to a sprint.
We tried to set up our own release cykles, but versions and releases can’t be shared between projects (so we cant tag the stories from other projects with our versions).
We tried to track via epics, but stories can only be linked to one epic at the time.
Components doesn’t have the concept of time.
We would rather not use labels since those are shared globally, and we already have like a million of them.
Thankful for any hints or best practices!
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