1. Merging two (or more, in one needs) JIRAs into one with simultaneous creation of separate stack permissions. For this you must synchronize plugins and JIRA version, implement configurations backup (with the help of a special plugin or manually), migrate each project from one JIRA system to the other, and thus be able to use one JIRA for all projects after that.
If this approach doesn’t suit you, if you have to use several JIRA systems and thus cannot merge them, there’s another method you can try:
2. Tickets synchronizing. In order to do it, you can create a listener that will automatically control all changes between a ticket in one system and a ticket in the other system, install it on both JIRAs, and then create a custom field that will be responsible for the connection between the two systems.
We hope that taking these steps will simplify JIRA project management process in your company.
And if you’d like to learn more about how you can use JIRA, not only as a project management tool but also for business expenses optimization, enhancing communication within your team and other purposes, register on our free webinar “5 Cases of Using JIRA”.