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I am having a Larger EPIC to track the project.
I have used a filter to sort out the EPIC and it's issues : (project = "NAME" AND "Epic Link"= EPIC-1)
In AR, I am able to view all the stories/Task under the same EPIC. But I'm not able to see the subtasks attached to the Task/Stories.
I can understand the gap is - my filter is finding everything that is attached to the EPIC link and the subtasks doesn't have the option to add epic links.
Can someone suggest a better way to import the EPIC, which would help me visualise all the Task/Story and it's sub-tasks.
Hi @Saikat Das
If you only want that Epic and all its Story level issues and their subtasks in the plan then use this JQL:
issue in portfolioChildIssuesOf(" EPIC-1")
Otherwise, you could just add the whole project to the plan or a board that filters all of the relevant content, if one exists?
@Curt Holley - I had a question regarding the 2nd solution, mentioned above - where I can import the whole project.
In my scenario: I have one project but it's highly horizontal in nature and it need to track Story/Task and sub tasks from multiple verticals within the company.
What would be the best approach ?