I manage 2 teams in 1 project. 1 team uses scrum board, this is software developers. The UI/UX team uses kanban board. I have the Kanban board (UI/UX team) to only display issues with the component UI/UX set. We have a lot of epics and so not all epics have UI/UX, so this is the reason for tagging with a component.
On the Kanban backlog when I create an issue, it does not show up in that Backlog because it does not have the UI/UX component.
Is there a way I can use an automation to add the component automatically when I am on a specific board only? For example, add component "UI/UX" if user board = "UI/UX Board"?
With an automation, I can copy the parent epic's components, but not specify only a specific board.
I need the issues to all be in the same projects and epics. I don't want to move UI/UX team to scrum at this time.
Boards are just visual representations of the issues in the database. They have no power beyond that. So you don't technically create cards against a board or from a board. You create cards against a project (and an Issue Type).
So the board in question has a filter associated with it. If you use that filter as the JQL in an Automation rule then you should be able to get what you need.
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