We have two development teams that work on two products but share Issues from a common project. So we have three JIRA projects (something like projA, projB and sharedComponent).
The board filters then look like:
project = projA OR project = sharedComponent
Now, both boards show the other project's Sprints - as can be expected, since issues from sharedComponent would be visible in both boards. This is not always desirable.
* Is it possible to hide the display of the other's project sprints from the planning board?
BTW, I tried putting the project name in the sprint and filtering like 'project = projA OR (project = sharedComponent AND NOT Sprint ~ "projB"), but the ~-operator does not work for the sprint field.
The way we solved this is by using labels.
We maintain a separate backlog for the shared component. During sprint planning or whenever it becomes clear which team will work on a story, we add a label to it.
The filter query for project A then looks similar to this:
project = projA OR (project = sharedComponent AND labels = PROJA) ORDER BY Rank ASC
(btw the check "labels = PROJA" also works when multiple labels are present)
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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