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s it only with sub tasks that a ticket will display the parent ticket?

s it just subtask that do that? I'm trying to reconcile some tasks into stories/epics but the related tickets are either tasks or stories, so that is why it's not showing up that correct? Really rather not go through and change tasks to sub-tasks but I really like when the parent is listed above the ticket for ease of viewing

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Yes, only sub-tasks have a 'parent'. Tasks may have an associated Epic, and are nicely grouped under the Epic in Agile boards.

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Hi @taelor toews

In theory, you could use linked issues to show tasks related to stories.

However, this will be a sibling relationship rather than a parent / child relationship. When it comes to sub-tasks > parent tasks, it is only this relationship which utilises Parent ID.

For more mature Parent / Child relationships you'd need an add-on, such as Jira Portfolio

Ste

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