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I'd like to manage 5 projects in one kanban board in the Jira Software (Cloud)

I set up a test-project in the Jira free version

there I used the epics for representing different small projects our developers are working on.

A better way would be, if I can set up many projects and can assagine these projects to one team-Kanban-Board.

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Hello @Richard Sauseng welcome to the community. You can certainly do that you just need to create a query that brings all the issues from all projects and save it. Afterwards on the board configuration you place that query on it and that should be it. 

Here are the links to configure agile boards and how to get started with queries in Jira

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Hello @Richard Sauseng 

To be clear, to do this you will have to create Company Managed projects. You cannot do this with Team Managed projects.

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Hi, thanks to both of you - great help.

Unfortunately I startet to work with team managed projects (and I like it :=))

So I have to check the differences between these to types of projects and what that means for me, as I have to set up and administrate.

Due to the fact that I'm new to Jira I have to decide on which side I have more advantages.

If you have a useful link where I can compare that would also help. 

Thanks a lot!!!

Here is the vendor link for documents describing the differences.

Also, that question has been asked many times in this community. If you search for that topic, you'll find people have responded with their own opinions.

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