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Is there a way to have tasks automatically moved to the top of an epic when it is assigned to a sprint? So all tasks that are assigned to a sprint will show at the top?
What problem are you trying to solve by doing this? Knowing that will help the community to offer suggestions.
Until that is described...
What do you mean by "moved to the top of an epic"? For example, do you mean the display order of the child issues in the epic view?
If you do, Rank is the default, display order of the child issues in an Epic. Changing Rank with the UX is easy as drag-and-drop...changing otherwise requires the use of the REST API to shift issues relative to each other, and so is more difficult. I suppose it would be possible to write an automation rule which identifies the highest rank issue in an epic, and then move the issues in the sprint before that first one.
In an epic roadmap, Rather than manually dragging them to the top I would like to automate it. So in the roadmap, you can see instantly the ones being worked on at the top rather than scrolling down through (sometimes over 100) tasks to find the current ones being worked on. So yes, display the child issues in the epic view based on currently being worked on is at the top. Or by sprint at the top.
Thanks for that information. If you want to try automating this, I described a rule earlier that might help.
There is a manual way to do this in one step, given some constraints:
(Just me thinking out loud, but is there a way in that roadmap view to: