I'm part of a team of 4 which takes on projects of varying scales at the same time (some that last a couple of days, others that last months).
We've started managing all of our projects using a single board, but both the board and backlog become bloated pretty quickly. It's also inconvenient when we want to invite stakeholders, etc to view our progress on a particular project because we have to invite them to one board which has ALL of our projects on.
Can somebody help with the following questions?
It is not possible yet.
Next-gen projects need a bit more work to make it a bit more interesting. I like the simplicity of it, plus the roadmap really helps. It will be great to see the ability to combine multiple projects to a single roadmap.
There is currently no way to have multiple boards associated with a next-gen project.
This probably isn't very helpful, but the moment if you want to stick to next-gen you'll have to create a different project for each scrum team.I don't know much about third-party add-ons, but I do know that for classic Scrum/Kanban projects we have Portfolio for Jira which will give you a Roadmap-like feature, though it is more complex.
Hey, we're struggeling with the same issue and that's why some squads in our R&D just stayed with the classic projects.
The best solutions that we found:
- Create one classic project > Create a board in the classic project that displays all the issues from your next-gens.
- Create a dashboard with filters for each next gen project.
The roadmap didn't work well for us :/
Good luck :)
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