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Create a Board that hides certain issues from the project

Hey guys, 


I`m pretty new to JIRA, so excuse my lack of basics, but I guess, I have to start somewhere ;-) 

I'm trying to create a second Board beneath a existing one which has several issues of a Certain Type.

The Second one shall exclude all the Issues of the first Board; 

could sbd please support?

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There's two light misconceptions I'd like to clarify, probably coming from the way I've read the question.

  • Boards do not exist around each other - there's no "second board beneath a first", there are simply two boards.
  • Boards do not contain issues, they are a view of a selected set of issues. 

Most boards you'll see take the default route of "look at a a project" (projects contain issues), but you can change the filters to something more clever.

So, in your case, assuming your current board says "project = XYZ", then 

  • Edit the search for this board, changing it to "project = XYZ and issuetype in (type1, type2, type3)"
  • Then create a new board and change its filter to "project = XYZ and issuetype not in (type1, type2, type3)"

that was helpful, thanks a lot

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Payne Community Leader Apr 07, 2021

Another option, rather than creating a second board, is to create one or more Quick Filters that can be toggled. Click Board > Configure > Quick Filters to set them up.

thanks! I already considered this, but as there is a separate Team, that operates on another subproject, I chose to make a separate Board for not confusing things too much 

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It was a good suggestion, I should have mentioned it too.  But it's not right for your case.  It's a standard recommendation that boards should be for a team (in fact, if you look at Jira Align, you'd find it equates the two completely - a board is a team)

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wow - i must say - great community, thanks for the annotation

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