I have the following use case, we are working in SCRUM format:
- there is a Product Backlog project (let’s call it PB) where the stories are maintained for the product we work on
- each sprint we create a Sprint #n project (let’s call it Sn) where we pull the stories with highest priority from PB
The way we do this:
- priority is marked by the ordering"pulling of the tasks (higher priority = upper in the list)
- “pulling” stories from PB to Sn is done by project Sn to the selected tasks - so now those tasks as both in PB and Sn
This is great, but here a small annoyance:
To achieve the addition of project Sn to the selected tasks in PB, I do a multi-select for those tasks, click on “Edit project or selection” button, then “+ Add project” and select Sn.
The result is that now all tasks are also in Sn, BUT they are in the reverse order.
Is there a way to preserve the same ordering, to make sure the highest priority story is still at the top of the list in Sn, instead on bottom? Or is this an enhancement request?
(When having quite a few tasks it is very tedious to rearrange them)