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Is there a smart value for Epic Estimates?

Is there a smart value that captures the Epic estimate that is found on the epic panel?

My Goal is to set this value on the Epics Story Point field.  I know its not really that practical but our business is requesting / demanding we display this on the epic.

Im currently rolling all Sub-task story points into their parent story, it doesn't seem like i can then sum the stories and task under the epic into the story point field on the epic.  

Im using automation but we have JMWE event based actions as well. 

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HI @Julian 

No.  I believe the fields in your image on a company-managed project, backlog's epic panel are computed and not stored in the epic.

What problem are you trying to solve?

Best regards,

Bill

Thanks for the response @Bill Sheboy .  What im trying to solve is rolling story point from the sub-task up to the stories (got that working) and then rolling the stories story points up to the Epic level.

For Sub-task to stories im doing the following rule using {{issue.subtasks.Story Points.sum}}  which works great.

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Next part is to Sum all the Stories, Story Points up to the Epic and display the sum of there story points on the Epic it self.  In essence once a story point field is modified on the subtask level, we want to see the updated aggregation of all story point on the Epic level. 

Thanks for the explanation, Julian.

As you are updating the stories already with the sum from the sub-tasks, that calculated field on the epic panel should show the total.

If you need the field elsewhere for epics, say in a filter output, you could use a different automation rule to sum the story values and put it in the epic.  To do that you could:

  • Trigger: story points change
  • Condition: issue type is story
  • Action: Lookup Issues action with JQL, where "Epic Link" = {{issue.epic link}}
  • Branch: on parent (epic)
    • Action: edit story points to {{lookupIssues.Story Points.sum|0}}

Please note this will recalculate every time a story changes...so if you change the sub-tasks of two different stories in rapid succession, it will lead to two re-calcs for the epic.

That did the trick and it is working perfectly on our issues! Thanks so much @Bill Sheboy  for the help on this one. I need to use the lookupissue action more as that seems to be my missing piece periodically. 

Again thank you very much for the help!

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Awesome!  I am glad that helped you.

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