No. Not because the code doesn't support it, but because the concept is nonsense.
You're thinking of boards as containers for issues and that is wrong. Boards are a view of a selection of issues.
For it to look like an issue "moves between boards", you don't move. You change the issue in a way that means it stops matching the filter for the "source" board and starts matching the filter for the "target"
But you were asking how to "move" issues, which implies you want to stop it appearing on one board and make it appear on another. -
No, it's not entirely to stop. It should appear on both boards can't we see ?
Yes, you can use status in your board queries. -
If i use status same as the SOURCE Board for the target board as well issues will appear on both both boards related to specific statuses ?
I am sorry, I really cannot work out what you are asking any more. I've explained how to make boards select what you want and how to make them look like you are "moving a card from one to the other". I'm not sure what the question is now.
On the status, yes, that's what the filters do. Return a list of issues that match the query.
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For what it is worth, Nic's previous answer is technically correct. In company managed software projects, the way boards select what issues appear there is based on the filter that board is using, more info in Configure filters. While true that moving an issue from one project to another might have the appearance of having that issue move to a new board this is not always the case as we don't know what the filter is for every board involved.
In a team managed project, those boards only show issues in a single project. In which case, if you're moving the issue to a team managed project, it should then always appear on that projects board. But the same is not always true of Company managed projects, and the boards associated within them. So I can understand why there is confusion, or dispute about the answer here. Please try to give other users the benefit of the doubt that they are trying to help users here and working in good faith.
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