Simply create a JIRA filter that will include multiple projects.
When it comes to backlog and issues, versions and epics handling the only option is to create some quick filters. That will help you to organise the issues list, not epics or versions.You can create a backlog per project. But it all depend what your use case is.
Recently we've implemented a feature that will allow you to filter the epic/version panel by a Project Key
Issue list can be filtered out using JQL or graphical mode (dropdowns)
The invalid error message has been an issue Atlassian has been chasing for some time and it was my understanding that they had resolved yesterday, apparently not or it hasn't been rolled out yet. If you have links in your post including "@ mentions" then remove and retry.
Regarding your original question, have you been able to achieve your goal?
Ok so let's take a step back then. First and foremost I highly recommend going thru Atlassian's documentation. It will take you from ground zero to novice and intermdeiate w/ a bit of hands on effort.
Are you on Cloud of Server?
If server then the following may need to be adapted but will be close.
Again the above is more Cloud centric but Server is similar
Marcin, it would be best to ask followon questions on a separate thread and select the checkmark for the best answer to this current issue so we can close one issue out at a time.
Having said that, Not sure what "For Testing" column is. I am assuming you are looking at a filtered list under the Issues screen? Or is this a column on a Kanban board? If the former then it must be a field and if so then certainly easy to see a weekly report. Here is how:
it should be pretty self-explanatory as you get in and try it and there is also good documentation on Atlassian's site.
"For testing" it is just a name for the column, for testers.
What I need to have is to know what issues were placed there, without looking on it. I would like to get a weekly report that states, what issues were in this column and when (day, time).
Can you please advise, how to do it?
Create a filter for "project in (<list of projects>)" and save it.
Create a new board, using the option "create from filter".
You now have one backlog for many projects. You can then use "configure board" and "quick filters" on that board.
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