We use JIRA to support different clients, and each client typically has a number of projects being run concurrently. Currently, each project is entered as a new project, with nothing (apart from the name) apparent to link it to other projects, or a master client. Is it possible to create a parent project or client, and then for each relevant client project to be listed underneath the parent?
At the moment we don't have parent project to child project structure in JIRA. However since you are interested to group a project for clients, then perhaps you may consider to use Project Categories instead. More details on this can be found in the following documentation:
Click the link next to the Category field (located under the project name) to assign the project into a logical category/group. This is useful for managing multiple related projects. If no categories exist, click the Add link on the following No Project Category page to add a new category.
Though it's not much, I hope that the info above helps.
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