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Jira power-up not showing all my projects


I'm testing jira Power-up and when I try to create a Jira Issue from a Trello card it shows only my last 10 projects.

I have more than 10 projects. How can I select a project that is not in the list? 

In the case of creating a Trello card from a Jira Issue it also shows 10 issues, but there is a search box. Why not a search box in the projects list too?


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May 12, 2022

Hi there,

Thanks for reaching out!

Right now, we will only show the 10 most recent projects you visited/worked on in Jira when you view projects via the Jira Power-Up.

If you'd like a particular project to appear, you'll need to first visit that project in Jira. I understand that that's not ideal, and it'd be easier to search for projects, so I've flagged this as a feature request with the product team.

Please let us know if you have any other questions, and we'll be happy to help.

All the best,

The Trello Team


Is there any news about this issue? Is it now possible to search for projects like when searching for issues?


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