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Linking Capabilities and Epics issue types.

Looking for feedback on linking as an example 1 capability to multiple epics. Used the Epic link field but that only accepts one epic link and not multiple. How is 1 to many relationship established between the capability and epics issue type.

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Tomasz Wieckowski
Atlassian Team
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Sep 13, 2018

Hi Sandhya,

It sounds like you're trying to configure a capability hierarchy level above epics. This can be done through Portfolio Hierarchy Configuration. Please see https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiraportfoliocloud/how-to-create-a-new-hierarchy-level-in-portfolio-for-jira-941618926.html for more details. Please note that the documentation is using initiatives rather that capabilities.

This should work both on cloud/server.

Once you configure the capability level, portfolio will store the link in the parent link field. Not the epic link field.

Thanks,

Portfolio for Jira Team

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