open Task by clicking in Kanban

Hey there,

ist there an option to open a task by clicking on it in the Kanban Board?

And by the way another question.

How can I set a link to my Kanban Board in the belonging project?

It is a simple Task-Projekt.


Thanks an regards



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When you click on an item in the Kanban, you can get the issue view panel on the right.  At the top of that, there's a link to the full JIRA view of the issue.

I'm not sure I understand the second question, but you could put the kanban board url in the project description, and also show your users that when they're looking at an issue, there's a "view on board" option to the lower right of the view which can take them there.

Thanks I just found the shortcut option to open the edit mode, by clicking on it.

The second question is for the following screen


I would like to add the link to my board after the "Vorgänge" link

You'll need to hack some core code for that - the panel is a list of links to general functions, not static links to boards.  Remember that a project can be referenced by multiple boards, so you'd be hard-coding.

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