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Board for tracking self learning goals


Hey there! I have an idea to use Jira for tracking the self-learning goals of the developers.

An ideal solution can be something like that:

1. I as a developer, want to be able to create the goal (task) of MongoDB certification process by watching some videos course or reading book.

2. I will create subtasks, for example - chapter 1, chapter 2

3. I will have a board with todo, in progress, done

4. Anyone in the company who interested in the same topic, can copy/duplicate my tasks and have their own progress board.

My questions are:

1. Do Jira have something that can fit it? Maybe even another Atlassian product that fits it better?

2. If there is no special solution for that, what is the best type of Jira's project that can fit this case better? It's hard to schoose just from lookign to the list this page:



Jack Brickey Community Leader May 31, 2021

I would probably create an epic with tasks and sub-tasks. Then create a manual automation rule to copy the epic and children.

Would trello be a better option?


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