Hey everyone, I need your help as I am trying to manage 50+ clients.
Each clients have 1-10 projects.
With around 10 engineers I'd like to have kanban boards for each of the projects.
I'd like to have a view per engineer and per project.
Is this something which is possible in Jira?
I used it few years back however it was only one backlog and 1 software project.
Any help appreciated! Thanks
It is, but I'd let the users do it for themselves.
I would however build them an example dashboard to show them what they could build for themselves.
There's a really simple trick to this. Most gadgets on dashboards work off a JQL query, and then report off the issues the query finds. So I often build dashboards that work off the same query, but tell you different things. For example, you can have a gadget that gives a bar chart of the number of issues by priority, another by project, another by status, then have the top of an issue list, then a 2d grid and and and.
The trick here is to use a query that includes a clause such as "and assignee = currentUser()" - that way the same dashboard will give different reports, but focussed on the person using the board.
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