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Management needs a way to
Dev teams need a way to
What I've tried to do:
Team board example
Zeus is one of our projects.
Project Board Example
I chose this format in order to get the "Roadmap" feature to help give mgmt a 10k foot view for how long a project is going to take and to help break down the timeline for each department to know when to expect certain epics to be done. The Dev team was attaching a component to each product to group issues, but that didn't allow mgmt to see an overview of what all the teams were doing on one product at a given time or give a time frame (roadmap) of when it was going to be completed.
Mainly, I'm just wondering if there is a better way to achieve this transparency across projects and departments with these boards.
I am also a new user and struggled with the similar issue. I recently discovered that this is easily adjusted within the SCRUM Board Filtering sections.
First I am using all "Classic" project templates and I am on a Premium user license (if these make a difference).
Here is how I did it -
You now can see all of your back log items across all the projects you want to build a sprint for and will end up on the one Board.
I hope this helps
Hi Samantha, this is not an answer, I wanted to know how did you create
Hi Samantha, I'm strugling with this as well. I created a new project and wanted to implement it in the Swimlane filter, but I don't know how. So I want to filter the swimlane by two projects. But currently, in the swimlane it only shows me the Project 1 and Project 2. Instead, i want to see Project 2 and 3 in the swimlane. How do i do that?
thank you very much :-)