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Recently I am working for a new Jira that needs a lot of kanban projects, each project/team its different and they have their own way of doing things.
They have provided status for their boards and some fields to clasify their issues. But I am not sure what is better for them. Different issuetypes for each field, of a single issuetype with a select list to clasify them.
Important, these fields are for different process.
You select what you want the moment you open the issue, the screen can depend on the issuetype, and the workflow.
A select list is more clean, you have one issuetype for everything and then a single select list for each project where they can choose what that issues is going to be about.
I love to hear how you make kanban for different teams, specially not IT, and how do you make them clasify their issues.
Do you use a single Task and then clasify or a issuetype that is more familiar to them?