Cross-project board creation

Hi, how does one create a cross-project JIRA board in v7.1.2?

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Save a filter for "project in (list of projects)" and create a board, selecting your saved filter as the source.

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I'm not sure I can expand on "search for issues you want on the board, save the filter, go to create board and answer the question it asks about what issues you want to use by selecting the filter you saved"

That's different than you previous answer so that only muddied the waters.

Jack Brickey Community Champion Aug 14, 2017

@Audra Bonacki, as Nic was saying you simply create a filter such as...

  1. project in (ABC, 123, 7F6,...)
  2. save the filter
  3. Go to Boards > View all boards
  4. Create board
  5. choose the type of board (kanban or scrum)
  6. chose Board from an existing Saved Filter radio button
  7. enter the filter name
  8. finish up the steps
Jack Brickey Community Champion Aug 14, 2017

no worries. the credit goes to Nic on this one I just made it verbos. ;-)

If this solves your issue check off on Nic's answer.

I'm gonna need a little more info than that please :/ Not sure I understand.

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