If you create a single project and insert all filters from other projects into it. So when a sprint is created on this single project or in other projects, sprints will also be launched. That is, create one sprint for all projects. Will task controls from other projects be similarly reflected in this single project?
Sprints are only available in Scrum Boards, therefore, you can create a single Scrum board with multiple projects on its filter and work on issues from these projects from a single board.
When it comes to controls, I’m assuming that you are referring to workflows, if that is the case, please ensure that all statuses of all workflows from all projects involved in the board filter are properly mapped to a board column.
I hope this helps.
Hi @Alex thank you for your answer, please tell me more
That is, if there are the same filters for the project with all projects and for a separate project. So changes in the main project on the board (where all projects will be called children) and changes in individual child projects will be displayed separately on the board?
If by changes you meant status transition and issue updates, the short and sweet answer is yes. And the reason is that a board is only a view of the issues within the filter. Therefore if your board filter show issues that are also on other filter and other boards, any changes to the issue will reflect on all "views" of the issue.
Just have in mind that for Scrum boards each sprint is created as part of the board, therefore, adding the issue on sprints od the main board and sprints from the project board will cause confusion. But if you do not intend to have sprints in both that should do it.
I hope it helps,