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For my project I am trying to set the below Hierarchy for Issues:
1. Feature - A feature can have multiple EPICS. This is the highest level for issues.
2. EPIC - An Epic can have multiple User stories and is linked to a Feature.
3. User story - Is liked to an Epic.
I read a lot of portfolio setting etc. in Jira community postings but cannot actually see portfolio in my Jira. Where can I find it and how can I achieve the above Hierarchy?
I am OK to have EPIC as high level with multiple Feature under each Epic and then Multiple User stories under each Epic. But when I tried to do this, Jira displays all Features and User stories under Epic.
Can you please help.
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