Currect our JIRA Software has only one project because of most basic features are common with several products. For example product-A uses all feature and product-B uses half of common features of product-A plus additional new feature. Product-A and B are expected to be released diferent timing, so for two products we have to have two dirrerent Fixed Version flows. I would like to know to have multiple version flows in one project is possible or not. I guess it seems impossible, but want understand clearly. Please help us.
I think it would mess up the view, sprints and agile boards. As there is no limit to how many projects you can have it makes sense having different project for different version. Issues that are shared between all products could be linked and resolved at different times depending on deadlines, rather than being closed due to a version already being released. Just my 5 cents.
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