Our team member has some (not one) project. So we want to all stories in a sprint across all projects to check own's holding stories.
According to the first image in the Help Document : "Monitoring the progress of a sprint", we can realize the above requirements because the image has side-bar section having the story's detail including belonging project's information.
(In this image, "Website Transformation Project" as an example).
In JIRA, an sprint, created in a certain project, is shared in all project.
So I guess that we can view all stories across all projects per sprint.
If JIRA has this function, could you please tell me how to use it?
I do not quite understand your question. If your board consists of issues from all projects then you should see all issues from all projects on the board backlog. If you add issues from all projects to a sprint on the board then you can see issues from all projects in your sprint. I guess that is what you want.
Thank you very much for your reply.
You said that we can see issues from "all project" in your sprint.
However, I couldn't find backlog or active sprints page of all project.
If you know the way that how to see backlog or active sprints page from all project, could you please tell me?
I just found that backlog or active sprints page depends on just only one project.(e.g. active sprints of the Project A)
On the other hand, I know that we can see all activity stream of all projects in the Profile Page.
However, it's just a stream, not issue board that can see holding issues easily.
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