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Advanced Roadmap filter show initiative task but not linked epic and task and subtasks


is there good solution how i can show on Advanced Roadmap filtered 15 Initiative task with connected epic and with under epic connected tasks and subtasks?

Right now filter shows me only initiative but no subtasks.

I have also Hieracry Initiative to sub-task set show it should be show me all tasks.

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Yes, Hierarcy filter is correct and should be show from Initative to Sub-Task.

I made filter where i take out initiative issues 

project = PPP AND issue in (PPP-91, PPP-81, PPP-80, PPP-78, PPP-75, PPP-73, PPP-70, PPP-68, PPP-46, PPP-37, PPP-34, PPP-13, PPP-7, PPP-5, PPP-1)

Maybe this is the problem because we need to see only some initiatives what we have listed into search.

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@Urmo Luts -

Did you also check in your plan that your Hierarchy filter is setup correctly (i.e. Initiative to Subtask)?


Hope this helps.

Best, Joseph Chung Yin

Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team

Viasat Inc.

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Pramodh M Community Leader Feb 15, 2021

Hi @Urmo Luts 

Once you followed @Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_ instructions.

You can also setup hierarchy here,

Hi @Urmo Luts,

If you select the full hierarchy options in the filter settings, it should show you all issues connected to the filtered initiatives:

Screenshot 2021-02-15 at 12.50.40.png 

A precondition is that the Epics and other issues are indeed linked to their respective parent issues, obviously.

Still does not show child issues. if i click on initiative task then it shows child issues but not in advanced roadmap.

Could you share some screenshots of your setup to help us diagnose further? Think:

  • issue sources of your plan
  • filter settings in your plan
  • hierarchy configuration

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