Using the content management template

Wendy March 18, 2024

Hi, I work for a non-profit (I work for a charity that supports families with a wide range of issues in the UK) and I'm using Jira Work Management to project manage the delivery of a new website, which works really well for me.

However, I am also interested in using the content management template to manage and track the progress of the vast amount of content we need to re-write, create from scratch and deliver to live.

I am a little confused by the Issue types and think I must be using them incorrectly. If I create an epic, e.g. 'Get Support' area of the site, and then create a task for each sub-area, e.g. self-help, find a local service etc. Then create an asset for each article, e.g. a self-help article on helping your child manage anxiety. Assets seem particularly useful for the articles as it has a publish date and other relevant fields. This follows the hierarchy of the website menu, but it just lists the cards all in one big column (To do column etc.). So i'm wondering how Epics normally interact with smaller tasks or assets? It doesn't help me to have them all in one long column, i'd rather have each asset (article) as a linked child issue within the task (section of the site), which is itself within the Epic (top level menu item). Does that make sense or am I not using the structure in the way it is intended?

I would appreciate any tips on how others have used the content management template, particularly for website content.

Thank you,


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