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Concurrent projects management in JIRA which had dependency on each other

Selina Chua
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Mar 21, 2023

Hi. We have a few projects which are concurrently running and these are setup in Jira separately as they are managed by different team members. However, we require an overall view on the timeline, dependency, task per assignee etc across these few projects. What is the best way to manage these? We had tried creating a dashboard but the results are not meeting our needs. Perhaps, the dashboard was not created with the right elements as well. Appreciate some guidance and advice. Thanks!

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Riley Venable (Atlas Bench)
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Mar 21, 2023
One possible solution could be to create a Jira Advanced Roadmaps plan. Jira Advanced Roadmaps is a tool for creating and managing plans across multiple teams and projects. It allows you to track progress, manage dependencies, and visualize timelines and resources. By creating a Jira Advanced Roadmap plan, you can have an overall view of all your projects, including timelines, dependencies, and tasks per assignee, in one place. You can also customize your views and reports to meet your specific needs. Another option could be to use a third-party app from the Atlassian Marketplace that specializes in project management and reporting.
Selina Chua
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Mar 21, 2023

Thanks Riley for the suggestions! Will try them out to see if they meet our needs.

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