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How can I make the epics in my project roadmap dependent on each other?

I have 5 epics in one project roadmap. I would like them to all be dependent on each other.

For example, if the first epic moves back a day, the other 4 epics move back a day.

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Hi @Kyle Grappone , at the moment in Portfolio you can add dependencies between issues, but Portfolio won't automatically move one issue if another is moved. This is to reduce the chance of someone accidentally disrupting other teams work.

This isn't in our immediate priorities but we'll add this to our feedback.

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