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Project Management in Jira made simpler with Swanly 🦢

It’s hard to keep track of what you need for each project when you manage multiple clients at the same time.

In this article, I’ll show you how with just a few clicks, Swanly will help integrate your Jira projects into one dashboard so you can always see what’s going on!


There are usually 2 types of views you’re looking for when managing multiple projects.

👉 High-level: an overview of initiatives

👉 Low-level: day-to-day plan


When it comes to the first view, tracking initiatives and project phases, many face the problem of not being able to create these in Jira. 

There is a simple workaround - you can use Releases in Jira to track your initiatives and project phases. 

Releases are great for this because they allow you to link your Epics, Stories, and so on but you can also link one issue to multiple Releases. So just in case, your task is related to more than one initiative you can easily track that.


For lower-level day-to-day tracking of your project you can use Issues in Jira - Epics, Stories, Subtasks, or any other custom issues.


Now when it comes to creating cross-project visual plans you can use the Jira plugin Swanly. Here is an example👇


Swanly makes planning and tracking multiple projects in Jira as easy as it gets. If you would like you can read more about how to manage a project portfolio in Swanly here.


👉 If you would like to give Swanly a try you can find it on the Atlassian Marketplace

There is a 30-days free trial and as a bonus, the app is free for up to 10 users 👏



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