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  1. I often get questions on how I think the best setup for Jira and Confluence should look when I meet organizations. Because of that I will make a series of posts about this where I setup Jira and Confluence from scratch. This will include not just how I do things, but also the thought behind it. I hope you will find this useful for setting up your own setup in Jira and Confluence. This series will be divided into several parts. This is because adding every step in a single post would make for a very long blog post. Dividing into a series also make it easier for you to look at specific part
  2. In the last article we talked about defining workflows, so now it's time to talk about defining custom fields and screens. The custom fields is where most companies make many mistakes by trying to build new ways for Jira to work and screens almost no one seem to use. Let us change that, but first let us go over what these things are. We start with custom fields. Custom fields explained Custom fields are extensions of the data built in to Jira by default. This allow you to make adjustments to your Jira instance in the event that you need it. Custom fields comes in many pre-defined format
  3. In the previous article we discussed what tools we should use for what purpose. Now it's time to define the work we want to do in the different Areas of Responsibility. We do that by defining what different type of work we do in each so we can create a separate issue type for each type of work. This way we can separate work and can evolve the way we work in each through fields and workflows for example. Before we dig into that however we should first identify what issue types really are and how we should use them properly. The three levels of issues in Jira In Jira we have 3
  4. In the previous articles we have defined what tool to use for what and what issue types we need. New it's time to define the workflows for those issue types. Before we can do that however we should first define what workflows are and how we should use them in Jira. Three types of workflows In short we can narrow down workflows to three types: sequential, state machine and rules driven workflows. Sequential workflow This workflow is usually chart based from one step to the next, always moving forward without ever going back. Each step depends on the completion of the activities on
  5. The first thing we need to do before we can actually build the setup in Jira and Confluence is to define the tools. What should be done in what tool. We also need to define how we will use the tools based on what need we have. This may sound easy, but it is actually a bit trickier than it sounds and it's the source of many failures when using Jira especially. Who are we building for? In our example we will build a setup based on a development team. It is a traditional team that tries to adopt some agile methodologies. The company is medium sized with dozens of teams distribute
  6. I often get questions on how I think the best setup for Jira and Confluence should look when I meet organizations. Because of that I will make a series of posts about this where I setup Jira and Confluence from scratch. This will include not just how I do things, but also the thought behind it. I hope you will find this useful for setting up your own setup in Jira and Confluence. This series will be divided into several parts. This is because adding every step in a single post would make for a very long blog post. Dividing into a series also make it easier for you to look at specific part
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