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Can dragging an issue on plan force dependent issues to move as well?

On the plan when I drag an issue to shift it's start and end times, the linkages between that issue and the issues that it depends turn red, but the dependent issues do not automatically shift on the timeline.  Does this feature exist?

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Marc Koppelaar
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Oct 24, 2023

Hi @Jon McBee 

Yes there is a way.

Auto scheduling is done on basis of Story points, issue ranking, any dependencies and release dates if any.

You can achieve your goal in stages as below:

1. Do auto scheduling once and accept changes. It will do auto scheduling based on story points and Ranking in this first round.

2. Now when your timeline is filled with temporary schedule, add dependencies between issues. You will have click on start/end of bar against that issue to add dependencies.

3. Once dependencies are set, do auto schedule again. It will now schedule your timeline based on story points, rankings and dependencies.

I would love to see a capability for this too! To my knowledge you only really see child issues move in relation to their parent (Epic) moving. 

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