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Show issues across different projects in roadmap hierarchy.

Hi all, 

Is this possible to display tickets across different projects in the advanced roadmap? If so, how can I go about configuring it? 

For example: 

I have a issue in Project A links (related to) to two separate epics in Project B and Project C (Epic B1 and Epic C1), Under each Epics in have linked issues within each Project B and C. 

How can I show this relationship in advanced roadmap ? 

Project A - Issue A1

+ Project B - Epic B1

++ User Story B1.1

++ User Story B1.2

+ Project C - Epic C1

++ User Story C1.1

++ User Story C1.2

 

 

1 answer

Hey Joline, 

you can configure this in your Roadmap settings under the "Issue sources" section. There you can add all the different Projects and Boards you want to include in your roadmap :)

Curt Holley Community Leader Feb 14, 2022

As @Anna Poppe says....plus! if you want a distinct sub-set of each project you can create a filter, or number of filters so that just the relevant content from each project comes through.
That said, this may require a additional level of data to pull such a myriad of data from multiple projects, if they are not all linked by a higher level (in the Hierarchy) Initiative or the like. Or a label or something.

Just saying, there are ways of not having to bring the entire projects into the plan, if that would be overkill.

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Hey @Anna Poppe 

I have added the projects into "Issue sources", but the hierarchy level is not showing what I want in the Advanced Roadmap 

 

Hey @Curt Holley 

I tried to create a filter , below is how my filter looks like 

project = ProjectA AND issueLinkType = "relates to" OR project = "Project B" ORDER BY created DESC

However, the hierarchy does not show up what I expected in the advance road map. 

I provided some screenshots here of how my issues are linked/setup and my expected hierarchy view in roadmap, not sure if this is something achievable in the roadmap? 

example.png

Ah, I see.

It looks like for your desired hierarchy you want to have an epic in project B as a child of an initiative in project A?

Hi @Anna Poppe  Yes correct. I did some read-up/research myself, seems like I need to use the "Parent link" to link up the epic in Project B to the issue in Ticket A. Is that correct? 

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