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How do I manage/prioritize tasks from multiple JIRA projects

I actively contribute to at least 3 different projects at my company. Sometimes more.

I may have a bug in one project, an epic from another, and an investigation from yet another.

I am trying to manage the deliverable priorities in each of the projects. For example, this weeks task priorities may be:

  1. Proj1-193(Epic)
  2. Proj2-111(Task)
  3. Proj1-45(bug)
  4. Proj3-229(investigate)

I don't know how to do this within Jira. It seems like this can only be done on a per-project basis, opposed to a per-person basis.

So far I've resorted to keeping a list in word that has the current highest priority items listed in order. And if an interrupt occurs I can add a new entry to the top of the list.

Is there a more efficient way for me to do this in JIRA?

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I don't have an answer, but have a similar question from a project management angle. That is, how can we prioritize tasks for team members who work on multiple projects at the same time.

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