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Is it possible to have a list of priorities in Jira?


We've been using Jira for a while but I'm new to using Jira. I've been searching Marketplace to see if there's an application we can add on which alows to have a list of our priorities for the month. We currently use Google Docs in order to track this. 

More of a key targets list that we have then relate to various epics and tickets within Jira for our developers. 

It's nice to have the higher level understanding available for the team to view and see the larger picture and how it's all connected. 

Appreciate any input that people have. 


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Hi @Siobhan Revans 

You could create a filter by adding the priority column to later display it in a gadget. This filter can be exported, and it can also be included in a dashboard so that users can consult it and keep in mind the issues and their priorities:

Create Filter and add priority column:

Filter with priority column.JPG

Include this filter in a two dimeensional gadget:

Gadget two dimension priority.JPG

I hope it helps you.


Thanks Paloma, appreciate your feedback. For us, it's more about a priority planning for the future rather than the priority of issues. 

Hello @Siobhan Revans 

Are you licensed for JIRA Core or JIRA Software or JIRA Service Management?

With JIRA Software you would have access to the Agile features, including Scrum and Kanban boards with Backlog screens. The Backlog screens allow you to drag-and-drop your issues to rank/prioritize them relative to each other.

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