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Unable to add Epic link field to the Issues


Open the issue and found the field Epic Link missing 

And not able to add it from project settings as well

Screenshot 2021-09-29 135816.png

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Alex Koxaras _Relational_
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Sep 28, 2021

Hi @Gaurav-G.Chahar and welcome to the community!

In TMP there is no Epic Link field. Instead there are a couple of ways to link existing issues to Epics.

Way 1

From an issue, navigate to the breadcrumbs and click "Add Epic". Then choose you Epic you want to connect it with.

Add Epic.png

Way 2

From the backlog, open the epic panel. Click on an epic and then click view details. Click create subissues and then "Choose an existing issue":

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