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Combining several projects with different filters in one board

Hi Atlassian Community,

I am experiencing problems with setting one mutual Kanban Board for several projects.

Is it possible to arrange it without additional add ins? If so, how should a correct JQL-statement look like?

  • Project A - consists of several Boards. I only need to use/filter one Board, dedicated to one Team (Let's say it is called Team A). Tickets from this Board should be visible on the Kanban Board of Project B;
  • Project B - where this mutual Kanban Board itself is situated. All existing tickets from the Project B are needed (no filtering by Team)

My understanding of a query's structure (however, it doesn't work like that):

(project = Project B) AND (project = Project A AND Team = "Team A")

How to improve this JQL to actually make it work? 


Kind regards,


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The first AND should be and OR (an issue only need to fit one condition, in fact your query will always return no issue, there are no issues that belong to project A and belong to project B)

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Hi @NS as per @fran garcia gomera you should try:


(project = Project B) OR (project = Project A AND Team = "Team A")

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