Namaste Community member,

Got a query from my team member , he wants only issue related to his board should be visible. However current scenario is , under his board he can see issue from different board.

All this issue that he can see is of same project.

 

Please help on this.

Regards,

Anup

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Warren Levy Community Champion Sep 20, 2017

There are boards and there are projects.

A board is just a view into a set of tickets, whether they relate to only one project or multiple projects. When you say he's seeing tickets from another board, that's not correct, he's seeing tickets from another project.

Given this info, I think you want to not show certain tickets (from a different project) on a specific board? This would be done via the board's filter, which can be changed by an administrator of the board.

Indeed, think of boards as views, not containers.

If an issue is on a board, it is because the board has selected it for view.  It doesn't "belong to another board", it's there because the current board is configured to include it.

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