I'm testing next-gen projects in Jira Cloud.
We have a classic project with a cross-project kanban board where we include issues from several projects. So far, with the classic projects we organized their workflows in a way that they could match and show all issues at the board.
I added two next-gen projects to the filter I use for that cross-project board, but I get an alert saying the following:
"Some issues in the Saved Filter will not be shown on the board. View unmapped statuses which contain these issues."
It seems that for each next-gen project, it creates new status, duplicating them at the columns workflow management. Now I have 3 statuses:
It doesn't make any sense to reorder the workflow for each new next-gen project.
not sure if you're still interested in this response, but some others might find the solution also helpful.
In next-gen boards, you can't explicitly configure your workflow as you're used to in classic Jira projects. You modify the workflow by simply adding or rearranging the columns on your next-gen board.
Jira creates in the background a separate workflow for every project - and this is also the reason why you have to map for every next-gen project you want to add, the statuses again.
Thanks for your answer @Matthias Gaiser -K15t- and time,
that does not solve my issue, as I can map all the statuses of every next-gen project.
It seems Jira understands each status in each next-gen project as a different status.
While I am using the same workflow for all of them, at the cross-project board I need the same statuses to be shown as only one, not to include them duplicated as many times as number of projects using those status.
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