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Scrum methodologies in Jira - Virtual ACE 200917

FUN MAN ANDY Community Leader Sep 17, 2020

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What is in your opinion, the best way to setup Jira to be able to assign work to squads instead of users.

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Use team and skillset fields.

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Team from the plans plugin?

Or a custom field?

 

How do you separate your squads from your stakeholders?

 

In my opinion, the values of custom fields are difficult to maintain + you need to be jira administrator.

 

So I prefer to use nfeed or insight to create custom fields and update/maintain them with for example .csv files or directly from a database or jira project.


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With this setup, the maintenance of those 'squads' can be done by somebody else then the Jira administrator.

 

BUT, nfeed and Insights fields are not supported in Plans / portfolio.

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In which way can you smoothly create a task that more than 1 team member should execute. e.g. during user acceptence tests or analysis on 1 issue solution.....mind you we do not use issue type Epic or Story (only three: Project Management , Task and sub-task).

A  'stroopwafel' for your shares

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