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My company has specific project plans for various solutions that we offer to our customers, and I'm debating whether it would be too much upkeep to leverage both Jira and Confluence to keep track of the various project plans. How I see it working is:
Has anyone tried a similar approach? I'm wondering whether this will end up being too much upkeep, and if it makes sense to do it this way? Or if a better approach would be that the project plan page in Confluence is copied for each client, then saved as a new Confluence page with tasks checked off?