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We have a board, company managed Kanban.
The project members use it to manage their work within a design team ... but they are also assigned to work on squad projects.
We would like to create a quick filter (or alternative) that would display the work that any of the project members have been assigned, wherever that is, ie: could be across three projects for one person.
Is a quick filter the best option, or do I need to create a new board and include the other projects there from the start?
Hello @Zoe Rowley Welcome to the community.
Why not create a separate board where the board filter will be
assignee in (team-member 1, team-member 2, team-member 3)
This way you will get tickets assigned to the assignee mentioned in the filter across the projects under an organization.
thank you for your suggestion.
I have ended up creating a new board that filters for the projects we want, and then filters for the members of the group who own the project.
It looks to be working ok, I have run into issues in the past when the board I created was a SCRUM one, and sprints were clashing!! Will not make that mistake again.
Hi @Zoe Rowley
You can modify the query by including multiple sprints.
assignee in (team-member 1, team-member 2, team-member 3) AND sprint in ('Sprint 5','Sprint 6', 'Sprint 7')
Or you can add sprint in openSprints() to get all open sprints across multiple projects.
Kindly accept the answer if it's helpful to you. Will help other members for future reference.