Choose Administration ( ) > Projects. Select the project that contains the fields you need to configure. On the Jira project configuration page, go to the Fields section. On each field where you will create links, click the Renders link.
To an issue in the same Jira site
- Open the issue that you want to link to.
- Select more (•••) > Link > Jira Issue (or select the quick-add button in the new issue view)
- Choose the type of issue link (for example, “this issue is blocked by…”).
- Specify the issue(s) you want to link to by either:
Share one component between projects
You can merge your existing components together or create a new one to share across multiple projects. You will be able to see them in the app but also the native Jira Components screen at a project level.
To add a shortcut link using the ‘Insert Link’ dialog:
- Choose Link > Advanced and enter or paste the shortcut link into the Link field (shortcut links are case-insensitive)
- Modify or enter link text (this is the text that will appear on the page)
- Choose Insert.
Unfortunately you can’t have the same issue in multiple projects, you will need to have individual issues in each project. … so, in that Board you will allocate issues from Service Desk and from the Jira Project.
Can a project have multiple boards in Jira?
You can use a board that someone else has created, or create your own—you can create as many boards as you like. A project can have multiple boards, and a combination of Scrum, Kanban, and agility boards. Boards can display up to 5000 issues at a time.
To an issue on another Jira site
To create a link to another Jira site: Open the issue that you want to link to. Select more (•••) > Link > Jira Issue. Choose the relevant Jira site and the type of issue link.
Under your repository name, click Pull requests. In the list of pull requests, click the pull request that you’d like to link to an issue. In the right sidebar, click Linked issues. Click the issue you want to link to the pull request.
Are Jira components global?
global components aren’t available in Jira by default. There is the improvement request pending for this from 2005 you can vote for it here. For now, you need to create them in each of the projects manually, give them the same name and then you can use JQL as usual.
How do I copy a component from one project to another in Jira?
Go to your Jira Project settings and find Import components tab. In the Import components screen, you can choose to import all components matching a specific label. There is also an option to import all components that exist in your Jira instance. Done!