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I'd like to have one overall kanban board that includes all my todos of different software projects.
My intention is that I have a good overview of all open tasks assigned to me in one kanban board.
Hi @Silvana Heckelsmüller and welcome to the Community!
First of all you'll need a filter that retrieves all your issues. To do so, navigate to Filters > Advanced issue search.
In advanced mode (JQL) enter the following:
Assignee = currentUser() AND Resolution != Unresolved
This will retrieve all open issues assigned to you. Save the filter.
Then, create a new kanban board based on an existing saved filter. In the last step, give your kanban board a name, select your previously created filter as the source and store it in your personal profile:
That is a big part of the work done. One important last step though: if you retrieve issues from your entire Jira instance, they may of course use different workflows (and statuses). It is important to map all statuses to columns on your board to make sure you see all issues. Navigate to Board Settings > Columns and map every status to a column on the board.
Hope this helps!
@Silvana Heckelsmüller , welcome to the Atlassian Community!
You can use a query to get only items assigned to you, something like: assignee = "your_email" AND projectType = software
So Jira will bring all the issues where you are the Assignee regardless of the project, use this filter for your board and in the board settings use a project swimlane, then you will see all the items assigned to you by project.
If you want to restrict this query to specific projects, use something like: assignee = "your_email" AND project IN ("project_key", "project_key")
I wrote an article about this a few years ago, it should still be relevant...
Let us know if you have any questions or if the info does not fit your need.