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Sub Tasks inside Epic (Bug?)

So i found this Bug and wonder if its possible to turn it into a feature?

When you have an Epic with an Issue assigned and give the Issue Sub-Tasks, you can see those Sub-Tasks directly in the Epic Card!

For my Project thats quite nice and wanted, but i can only achieve this by opening the Issue from within the epic and then close it and reopen the Epic.

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Hi @Marcel Gromball

Just to double confirm, is this something that you want or something that is happening?

When you have an Epic with an Issue assigned and give the Issue Sub-Tasks, you can see those Sub-Tasks directly in the Epic Card!

Some screenshots of the behaviour will be helpful in understanding.

Thanks,
Moga

Here see the difference. Pic 1 is default view of an epic and pic 2 is the bugged one. Pic 2 would be a nice addition by default for our projects.. But like ive wrote above its only achievable by clicking the child in the epic and then close the childs window and reopen the epic.epic1.PNGepic2.PNG

Hi @Marcel Gromball,

Never seen subtasks listed under the detailed view of an Epic. It looks like this was happening before this as well to some of the users; How To Display Subtasks on Epic?

Can you open ME-129 and take a screenshot of the issue history? It would be great if you can post the screenshot in English so that we can interpret the screenshot content.

Thanks,
Moga

Sure not in english tho, But there is nothing to see anyway. It only says that automation updated the issues parent after creating it.

 

I doubt it has something to do with that.Jira weird.PNG

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