Other than saving bookmarks in my browser to the boards I use most frequently, it is a pain to have to navigate the list to find them. Is there any built-in/add-on mechanism to mark a board as a "favorite" and have the list of such boards given on a dashboard (via a gadget)?
I'm looking at JIRA v7.2.8.
Go to "manage dashboards" on the dashboard menu, to get the various lists of the dashboards (mine, popular, search, etc). Find the dashboards you want to save and look for the star to the left of them.
Click the star, it should turn from an empty grey star to a filled on.
Now click on Dashboards again. As long as you've selected more than one favourite, there should be a column on the left with all your favourites listed so you can click through them.
I'd start with the Atlassian SDK download, and build a skeleton add-on.
Your code will have access to the internals of Jira, and you'll want to use the Jira Software API to pull the data you need (you should not think about databases, do it all with the API)
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