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First we got Roadmaps that can't handle data from other Jira projects, making them useless for multi project boards and now I discovered that we no longer can filter in data from other projects using custom fields because Sprint management no longer will work.
Being able to cross collaborate, especially with integrations and incidents, have always been an important part of any Jira setup I have seen and now it seems Atlassian is moving away from allowing data to reside in multiple projects in favor of fully isolated containers.
My question is why is it even possible to have boards with data from multiple projects if the boards stop working if you do?
I feel that this is taking Jira in the completely wrong direction where the system promote fragmentation of work processes at the expense of strategic aspects of the companies. The whole team based project thinking seem to make Jira worse and not better and after 11 years and countless disappointments like removing resource management in Advanced Roadmaps, I am seriously considering leaving Atlassian's products in favor of more modern solutions that are not focusing on the old and defunct Agile way of working.
Am I the only one feeling this way and missing the old days when boards actually were able to handle all data in your filter and where new products were not just MVP's that were almost unusable in a practical sense?
Jira used to be great...Not sure what it is now.