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Showing status of a sub-task in Jira Dashboard Edited

I am working on creating a Filter where I can see the following things

- Key (Parent Issue)

- Summary

- Sub-Task

- Status of Sub-Task

 

I have completed the 1st three using the Filter-Results card but unable to get the status of Sub-Tasks. Is there any workaround for that? Thanks
Is there any way I could show each sub-task in a different line with all the properties defined above? Thanks


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Hi @Jamshaid ,

When you edit the filter gadget, can you see the section where you can add the 'status' to the table?

Screen Shot 2021-06-09 at 11.34.57 PM.png

@Carlos Garcia NavarroThanks for your reply.  Yeah, I can see that edit section. If I add the status field, It shows the status of the issue itself. I want to show the status of the Sub-Task.

Ah, I see... like a second level of indirection. I don't think this functionality exists. Would it work to include the subtasks as part o the query results?

I have already implemented that part in my query as you can see in the below query.

(issue in subTaskStatus("To Do") OR issue in subTaskStatus("IN PROGRESS")) AND project = DevOps AND type = Story

Is there any plugin available for this?

@Carlos Garcia NavarroAny suggestions for this?

Is there any way I could show each sub-task in a different line with all the properties defined above?

Hi @Jamshaid 

If you would be interested in a ready made solution, You may want to try out our plugin,

Agile Tools : Epic Tree & Time in Status 

You can get all the issue hierarchy, made either through Issue Linking or through standard Jira hierarchy (Epic->Story -> SubTask),  and their progress based on time tracking and worklogs.

Along with this you also get Multiple Time in Status reports to track your issues.

 

Links Hierarchy.png

Epic Hierarchy.PNG

@Rahul_RVS_SupportI will try it and will let you know if need any help.

Thanks @Jamshaid 

Please do write to us at -> support@rvsoftwares.in 

for any help needed

@Rahul_RVS_SupportIt is working for now. I will go for the plugin if we have had a final discussion about this with the company. Thanks a lot. It works great

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