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