@Satyajit Baral - As stated by the Atlassian team, I am sure that you already know that a child (i.e. one EPIC) can only have one parent/One parent can have multiple children (Jira) - For example
Initiative A (created using Advanced Roadmap hierarchy setup)
EPIC A (rolled up to Initiative A - Single Parent)
EPIC B (rolled up to Initiative A - Single Parent)
Best, Joseph Chung Yin
Jira Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications
@Satyajit Baral Theme in Plan only resides in the Plan and not available in Jira. You need to use Advanced Road map to create the Initiative issue type via the Issue Hierarchy function to roll-up your EPICs to the parent. See - https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapsserver/configuring-initiatives-and-other-hierarchy-levels-802170489.html
Jira through Advanced Roadmap gives you the ability to create higher hierarchy above EPICs. Out of the box in Jira, there is no Initiative configuration for Epic. Epic is the highest level. Again, you can use Advanced Roadmap functionality to create the hierarchy .
What you have done is using link issues to linked your EPICs to your new EPIC issue. It is not a roll-up. It is not a true parent to child relationship. This type of operation will not be displayed in your Plan.
If you don't want to create the Hierarchy (added an new issue type to serve as a parent of EPIC), then you can also just create (i.e. Component) to group multiple EPICs by assigning the component to all of your specific EPICs.
Hope this helps.
@Satyajit Baral - So you created the hierachy right? Initiative issue type to be the parent of Epic? Your problem is that in your plan, the Hierarchy is set to Epic to Epic, change it Initiative to Epic, so you can create Initiative. To associate your Epics to Initiatives (after it is created) in your plan, you need to expose the "Parent" column in your plan, then you can see the Initiative show-up automatically in the dropdown.
Example Hierarchy Configuration -
Hope this helps.
With Advanced Roadmaps (which is a part of Jira Premium) you get the ability to add additional hierarchy levels above epic so it would be possible to have a higher level issue type with multiple Epics linked as children. This is only available with Advanced Roadmaps though so you would either need Jira Premium (on Cloud) or to purchase the Advanced Roadmaps application from the Marketplace (for Server / DC)
To see this feature in action check out our recent dependencies demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQu5VsUqyZA Keeping on top of your dependencies is a key part of ensuring project success....
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