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How do I show the parent story's points in my listing for sub-tasks?

I would like to see the sub-task's parent story' story points. Our setup is Epic > Story > Sub-Task.

This is the query I am running, though I am not sure how to make derived columns.

project = ABC AND assignee in (me) ORDER BY updated DESC

I would like to see the story points for the sub-tasks I (or my team) has worked on.


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I am not sure if I am doing this in the correct place, I have used other Agile and Dev Ops tools in the past but not much with JIRA so I am a bit green.

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Hi @Grahame Cenkner ,

Search and add Story points field in the columns list. After adding the story points fields you can see the story points in sub-tasks.


Thank you @Bunty for the quick reply, 


Hmm, I have added story points but it does not display on the sub-task, only the stories them selfs (if they end up being in the list).


Perhaps there is another setting to allow this?

I am new to JIRA, so I may also be missing doing or understanding something that is normal.

Looking at the screen, I am assuming that that sub-task was just assigned points, it is not showing the points of the parent task.

Or perhaps there is a stetting in our system that is not allowing this to act the same.

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