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Managing 50+ customers (+ their multiple projects) with their own kanban boards - possible? Edited

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.


To visualize:



---------Kanban Board


---------Kanban Board



---------Kanban Board


---------Kanban Board

... etc

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

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Yes, that's entirely possible.

As the admin, the best thing to do is create the projects and make one or more users of the project into project admins, then they'll be able to set up the boards to suit them.

Thanks Nic! I am going to try this one out!

What about the view per person (see all their tasks across clients and projects)? Is that possible also?

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.

excellent thanks Nic, I am going to try this out!

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