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Standups for multiple project?


How can I have my team create their daily stand up in one project that covers all projects and allows them to provide the appropraite links in their stad up reports?

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John Funk Community Leader Oct 14, 2022

Hi @Steven Zolnierczyk  - Did you ever get this figured out? 

You can try to run your standups. It supports multiple projects and integrates with Jira so each team member can add specific Jira tasks to their daily standup updates. And everyone gets automatic notes from every standup.

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Pramodh M Community Leader Feb 07, 2022

@Steven Zolnierczyk 

Welcome to the community 🙂

I mean if one project team is okay with seeing the updates of other projects sure you can go ahead and do that. 

Each team can track their updates in their specific projects with separate issue type, this is the best method

Let me know you thoughts



In my case, team members arae working on multiple projects.

THis isse s they canno linkk the issues from anther project in thier stand up

for example, in project A they can ;ik the issues for their Stand up i project A.

They cannot link issues for Project b in the STand up in Project A.

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