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how can i expand my epics to view all my stories / tasks within my features

Amreen Firdouse
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Aug 07, 2023


I have set up my plan dashboard based on a query and at the moment i can see the all the features listed in my plans dashboard,

I would also like to be able to expand on my features and look at all the issues under the feature's. How do i achieve this, example of ref i have found on the internet is like below.





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Marc Koppelaar
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Aug 07, 2023

Hi @Amreen Firdouse 

Welcome to the community.

The example picture you used is from the roadmap related to a board within a Jira project.

The Advanced Roadmap Plan can be based on issues from multiple projects, this by having multiple sources.

  • Projects
  • Boards
  • Filters

If you have child issues on the Epics shown in your roadmap plan, they will be visible.

This can be achieved by using the Epic Link field in your stories, task, bugs and other issue types at the same level.

Here you can find documentation on advanced roadmaps

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Mark Segall
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Aug 07, 2023

Hi @Amreen Firdouse and welcome to the community!

I have a few follow up requests:

  • Please share a screenshot of your issue Type Hierarchy located here:
  • Please share the JQL you're using for your Plan filter

This will help provide more context on the challenge you're facing.

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