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I have a team assigned to one project it is project implementation, we have a kanban board and a Scrum board, however, we constantly receive requests that could be considered small projects and we need to track the tasks, time etc. How can I include those projects in the big one, without creating a "New project"?
There's no way to do this, especially with team-managed projects (they're really not built for sharing data outside the single team that owns each one)
But with a Scrum and Kanban board, assuming they're from company-managed projects, you can do some stuff.
I'm going to imagine you've got a simple case of
But with boards, we have some more power. If you can identify a good way for your users to do this, you can draw the small issues into your Kanban and Scrum boards.
A lot of people do some variant of this. I use this query because labels are built-in and simple to add, but to avoid slepping mistrackes, many use other fields like a select list for "other team" or "team dependency".
Project = ABC or ( Project in (DEF, GHI) and label = "For-ABC")
Now, if someone adds "For-ABC" to an issue in those two projects, the ABC team will get it on their boards. (Note - you will need to re-map columns in your boards to include the other projects)
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