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I want to track dependencies for my release in JIRA,
1. I would like to know how to do this
2. I would like to know how to get a holistic view of all added dependencies
There really isn’t enough info here to offer assistance. Can you explain what you mean by tracking dependencies.
using the above you can then create reports (filters) and add to dashboard to show "blocked" issues.
Certainly a reasonable approach. I really haven’t used flagging much. The last time I looked I recall liking it but just haven’t fit it into my processes formally. The one caveat I would make here is if you have one issue blocking another I would certainly use the blocks link method. Note if you wanted to use a Kansan or scrum board the advantage of a status is you could have an “On Hold” column and map the status there making it very apparent.
@Charlotte Watson, i'm not sure i'm following you here. If this is a new question you might want to treat it as such, creating a new question. If this is offering an alternative answer to the original question you might want to use the "Answer" button and add more details.