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Visualizing Overall Priority vs Team

I've looked through a lot of options from tracking rank changes to locking down permissions to read-only to stop priority rank changes, but I cannot find a good solution.  We have a Kanban board we rank/prioritize based on company needs.  However, teams have individual boards where some of this work shows up.  As they move the work up and down on their boards it then moves it on the overall board.  As mentioned,  I've read a lot before posting here and understand why it works that way.  My question is how do others maintain a view of overall priority within JIRA?

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That is what the global rank field is for!  If people re-rank inside their projects, you need to know that on a more global level.

I think what you're really looking for is a way to prioritise based on something other than the actual rank.

@Nic Brough _Adaptavist_  that's interesting.  I realize this might seem obvious to most users, but until you just explained it that way I never thought about it.  I never thought about the idea that when I saw it moving lower on the overall boards it was indicative of the fact that other people didn't have it as high of a priority overall.  Thinking about it this way is helpful. 

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