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There used to be a link where we can view a list of all our Jira boards. Now I can only get to one board at a time, doing this through the project. How do we get to all the boards now?
well if you are on cloud like me and on the old UI then it is as I stated: click on Boards on the menu bar and you should see "View all boards". If you are on new UI then click on the magnifying glass (search) and you should see about halfway down "Boards" and "View All Boards".
If you are on server I can't help you precisely but I'm sure it is very similar to the above. Too the documentation is generally a good place to start.
if this resolves your issue please be sure to click the check mark beside @Domenico Manzo [Actonic] answer.
I agree. This feels like an area of Jira UX that could be greatly improved in the hosted edition. I think for many companies "board = team" and projects and teams are rarely 1:1. Some teams cover multiple projects; projects are worked on by multiple teams. The first step for many users is to open a board, rather than first go to a project (e.g., starting a scrum meeting). So this goes against the natural flow of work. In Jira Server, the UX followed that model. When my team switches to the hosted edition of Jira, we're going to have to come up with some ugly workarounds.