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Link projects to related work and goals
Link projects to related work and goals

Give stakeholders quick access to where the work is actually happening

Daniella Latham avatar
Written by Daniella Latham
Updated over a week ago

Atlas complements the tools your teams are already using to track, manage, and do work. When everyone is openly communicating the context and status of their work using a common language, teams are enabled to use the right tool for the right job.

That's why Atlas makes it easy to link and provide stakeholders quick access to the additional context they're looking for–if and when they need it. Every project in Atlas can be linked to:

  1. Goals they are contributing to

  2. Projects they are related to, dependent on, or depended on by

  3. Where specific tasks are being tracked

  4. Related files and documents

Links to 40+ supported providers will automatically unfurl and dynamically display the linked app's icon and object's title (e.g. Asana tasks, Jira Software epics, and Google Drive files).

If you link to an Atlas project/goal, or a Jira Software epic or issue, you'll see a live preview of its status in Atlas.

You can also edit the title of any related links that have been added to a project, so stakeholders have an even better chance of finding what they're looking for (without having to ask).

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