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Hi, I am trying to create, design a simple RAID log on Jira, with a sinc to Confluence

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Has anyone out there created a RAID log on Jira? 

If so, do you have any practical examples of your RAID log? Would there be an Instruction and/or 'Idiots' guide you wrote to inform people on how to create a RAID log on Jira and then to report off Jira or link it to Confluence??

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Deleted user Aug 28, 2018

Hi Richard,

I've created something like it for my company: i've been able to track Risk, Issues, Dependencies (but for this i recommend the standard features like issue linking or the dependency report if you use Portfolio). We didn't find much usage for assumptions since it's usually a static-type of information, but you could have a new -> accepted kind of flow.

Technically I've defined new issuetypes, with all the configuration stack around them, to create a completely custom life cycle of information, with custom fields to identify programmes attribution, escalation paths, and of course report boards in confluence (made with the Jira macro + ad hoc filters).

My suggestion is to use this map https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira064/configuring-fields-and-screens-720412098.html as a reference to guide your decision as you define the items you need piece by piece. A testing environment is suggested too. :)

By using new issuetypes, you'll be able to add RAID logs to standard team projects or in dedicated standalone registers.

Hope this helps!

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