Hi !! I need to show the general progress of some issues. Each issue has many linked issues, so I have to show the status of the linked issues in order to understand the general status of the issue.
Is it possible to do it, with no add-on ?
Thank you for reaching out.
I understood that you are trying to display the status of linked issues in the "Linked issues" section of the issue view. Is it correct?
By default, the status of linked issues appears on the right side of the linked issue information as soon as you link any issues. You can see it in the screenshot below:
That being said, can you please provide us a screenshot if this is not the behavior you are facing or if you are talking about a different feature?
Also, please provide us which is the browser you are using and if the same behavior occur in a different browser.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Hi Petter !! Thanks for your answer !!
I need that information in a panel. Of course I can see the status of the linked issues when I'm working in an spacific one, but I need to show something like this, with a set of selected issues :
Issue 1 (0%)
Issue 2 (66%)
Ideally I need the progress % of the main issue, but I believe that it is no easy to get with no add on, isn´t it?
Thanks again !!!
You can get this status report with Agile Docs.
This will work if you're using parent-child links betweens issues instead of issue links (It looks like the parent-child relationship is taking over).
It gives you a progress report of each issue based on the % story points completed in it's children.
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