Category: Atlassian

What’s the difference between Kanban board vs Scrum board in Jira?

Kanban, scrum, agile, board, todo-inprogress-done. If you’re one of the regular folks, you might treat the aforementioned keywords almost the same – as if they were referring to the same thing. And in reality, they somehow do. They all relate to the process of getting things done in a systematic manner. In this case it […]

How to create a release in Jira (Cloud)

A release, version or a fixVersion are labels for the same thing in Jira (Cloud). In order for you to start using the releases, you need to turn on this feature for your project. This also means that if you want to have releases option for multiple project, you need to set it for each […]

What’s a difference between “project” and “board” in Jira?

When using Jira, you will surely encounter lots of new keywords that are used contextually and their meaning might not be clear right away. This article is written exactly for that reason and I’ll explain the difference between a project and a board. Definitions To find out the difference between the two, we must first […]

Team-managed vs Company-managed projects in Jira. What’s the difference?

In Jira, you could have encountered the two terms, team managed project and company managed project used concurrently without realising they might mean something different in the terms of project administration. And in reality they do. The differences are subtle, but if you want to take your Jira administration to the next level or you […]

Difference between Jira Cloud and Jira Server

If you’re reading this, you should be already familiar with an information that Atlassian is moving its server products to cloud. This should be accomplished by the year 2024. If you’re running your Jira, Confluence or any other Atlassian products in the server version, you should prepare your team and also your whole company to […]