This question really asks for "best-of-use" advice on how to use JIRA and JIRA/Portfolio to go from user stories that are created by product manager and actual development tasks that are created by the team to support the user stories created by the product manager.
At our organization, we started with Product Manager creating top level epics and under those epics, he created user stories. For example, as an Epic he created User Management. Under those epics, he created user stories such as create a user, update user, reset a password, login into the system, etc.
So, essentially, this is what we have right now in JIRA: https://www.atlassian.com/agile/requirements
We wanted to get a general idea of how long these would take, so we met and discussed all the epics with the UI, backend, QA, DevOps, UI/UX guys on the project to get some rough estimates. So now, for each epic, I have rough estimates for QA, DevOps, UI/UX and backend implementations.
These estimates allow me to create appropriate "fake" estimate tickets under each Epic, assign those to Teams in JIRA/Portfolio and get an idea of how long the project will take.
So, at this point, I have a few questions:
Are there some documents or processes which are written on how to use JIRA to effectively manage/track/administer a project from start to finish?
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