How do you add a new set of stories to work on - like a discrete release. Independent of the last

I'm being driven slowly insane by trying to decipher the manual here.


I have a project, usng a kanban board, i have an existing backlog, and 'in progress' and 'testing' and 'production' categories.

Now I have a whole new set of things to work on , and rather than add them to many already enormously long list, i'ld like a new section above the existing set of stories.


What's the right procedure here?



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Looks like you 'Add a release' and all the stories that were in the Production column are cleared, but all the other stories remain.

This is an ok solution, however I'd like to create and display a discrete new group of stories. Will continue to tinker.

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Hi Dominic,

Did you try to create swimlanes in your Kanban board? Each swimlane can correspond to a JQL query e.g.  In order to do this, you can go to  (...)->Board Settings-> Swimlanes

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Hope it helps,


That looks like a good solution, thanks!

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