Map dependencies between Azure cards on your planner, or anywhere on your Miro board. With the Dependencies app you can identify, visualize, discuss, and record dependencies between teams in real-time during planning exercises.
✏️ To use dependencies for Azure DevOps, first set up your Azure integration.
How dependencies work
Dependencies appear as a layer of connecting lines, and show relationships between Azure cards.
They are only visible when you open dependencies on the board. Participants can filter different dependency types to discuss blockers and relationships.
Mapped dependencies in Azure
How to view and filter dependencies
✏️ You can only view and filter dependencies you have already created in Azure. Soon you'll be able to create and edit dependencies between Azure cards directly in Miro.
- Go to the Collaboration toolbar in the top-right of the board.
- Click the Dependencies icon.
- The Dependencies panel will open, and any existing dependencies will appear as lines on the board.
- Click the Filter icon at the top of the Dependencies panel.
- Use the toggles to filter by Dependency type, represented by different line colors.
- Use the Show lines dropdown to control when dependencies are displayed. Select Always to view all active dependencies. Choose On selection to see dependencies only when you click on a specific Azure card or dependency type.
Filtering mapped dependencies
Jira and Azure cards on the same board
If your team uses Azure DevOps and Jira, and you've set up both integrations in Miro, you can manage cards and dependencies from both systems on one board.
Dependencies link either two Jira cards or two Azure cards. When you open the dependencies app on a board with both Azure and Jira cards that have dependencies, we'll show all existing links between these cards.
To filter dependencies from just one system, use the Saved to Jira and Saved to Azure toggles.
Both Jira and Azure dependencies on a single Miro board