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How to put the sub-task and story URL into Epic description

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Hello

I am using Advanced road map and there is no way to see the sub-task and story URL. 
Thus, I need to put the sub-task and story URL into their Epic description

Is it way to do it automatically? 
I am gonna use the triggar 'when the issue is created'. 

Sincerely 

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Curt Holley Community Leader Feb 28, 2022

@최지원 

Welcome to the community.

Curious to know why you need the URL's of the children/grandchildren of an Epic as part of the description when they are linked and it is so easy to navigate to them from the epic....but!!

If you have Jira cloud, then you could use the built-in automation and use the samrt value of;

  • {{issue.url}} - Returns the URL of the issue.

See here for more details on smart values Jira smart values - issues | Cloud automation Cloud | Atlassian Support

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