We are using Excel to manage tasks of our projects (industrial project). We've planned to switch to JIRA as Excel is not very friendly, and the number of tasks is too important. We will also customize JIRA to add specific fields, manage deliverables of Milestones......
We have a weekly meeting to review status of the project with all departments involved in the project (manufacturing, engineering...): how can we do this meeting with JIRA ? how can we write the minutes ?
Filter the tasks that are late or due this week, review them during the meeting and add live comments or update status ? or let the people update their tasks before the meeting and just review the status during the meeting ? The minutes of the meeting would be a copy/paste of the tasks reviewed during the meeting ?
Any suggestions ?
Thanks for your help,
Most Atlassian users would use Confluence to record meetings (albeit doing specific issue updates in Jira), as there's a meetings template for doing exactly this.
A lot of us record meetings in Jira as tasks so we can log time against them, but some people do indeed take all the meeting notes into issues of type "meeting".
If you're highly Jira-centred during your meetings it probably does make more sense to use Jira. I'd be doing things like saying "Agenda is these 7 issues" and using issue links like "discuss in meeting" to point to them. Not sure I'd bother minuting the parts of the meeting that get the issues updated during the meeting though, as the link and updates in issues tells people you did something.
The last place I visited that using Jira for meetings had a host of structural stuff around it. They had a specific type of issue for meetings. You'd create a meeting when you knew you needed one, with
Attendees would then add links if they had issues to discuss and then the updates during and after the meeting were
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