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Hello,

I am creating a dashboard and I am not getting the view I need.  

1) I have created a Story 

2) I have Two Task ( Task1 and Task2)

I would like to show in the JIRA dashboard hierarchy where Issue is parent and Subtask is Child along with Progess.

Can this be done and if it can, what is the JQL for it?

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Hi, @Donna Wilson.  @Sarika Dalal  is right, this is not something you can do with Jira "out of the box."  That's the bad news.

The good news is you have options.  The one Sarika mentions is one of them, Structure for Jira. 

Another is the one @Anna-BigPicture mentions, BigPicture.

Both products have that capability — and a lot more.

And, there are others, too. 

You can use an Atlassian Marketplace search to discover which ones you may wish to evaluate:

Top Rated:

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/addons/app/jira/top-rated?hosting=server&query=hierarchy

or  

Top Selling:

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/addons/app/jira/top-selling?hosting=server&query=hierarchy

But these are just examples (where I highlighted the criteria you might use and the term you might use).  Of course, you can (should) craft your own search as you see fit.

Hope this helps, 

-dave 

P.S. Full disclosure, I work for the company that makes Structure, but my aim here is to teach others how to fish (vs. provide the fish) ;) 

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Anna-BigPicture Marketplace Partner Oct 20, 2021
The outcome you described can be achieved by using a third-party plug-in. One of the apps - BigPicture, apart from many features supporting project management, provides the ability to create a fully customized tasks' structure ( based on both build-in task attributes, e.g., Epic link, Component, Version, Sprint, as well as Jira links.)
 
Just tag me in case of further questions.

@Donna Wilson 


Jira Default dashboard does not have an option to show the hierarchy of Issues but with the 3rd party addon, you can Implement this type of dashboard.

You can explore https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/34717/structure-project-management-at-scale?tab=overview&hosting=server 

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