I have a big project for our Qlik development.
It contains one epic per Qlik app and each app has a version number.
I’m trying to figure out how to handle versioning. The function for that in Jira seems to be for the entire project, not the sub-projects.
My first thought was to use labels for this purpose.
Do you have any other suggestions?
Hi @Mattias Thalén ,
I recently wrote an article about alternatives for next-gen components that were mentioned across the Atlassian community posts 👉 https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Marketplace-Apps-Integrations/How-to-create-Components-in-team-managed-former-Next-gen/ba-p/1693783
To the topic of versioning in your project when you manage multiple apps. What you can eventually do is to add a prefix to your Jira versions in order to differentiate for which app they're.
If you're open to using Jira plugin you can try to use our app Swanly. There is a feature in the app called "Templates". You can create your own templates and tag your versions with them. Then in the app, there is a list view of all your versions and also a roadmap and you can filter by these templates.
In your case Templates can represent different apps.
I hope this helps :)
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