So I have a bug that is applicable to many stories. The fix needs to be done for each story item separately. If I create just one bug and link it to all the stories it is applicable to, then I cant track it individually on each of the story. In other words, the bug will still be open even though I have fixed it on that story but it is in progress for others. Should I create the same bug under every story? Is there a more efficient way to achieve this? Let me know. Thanks.
If that's the case i would just clone the bug for each story. Even though the type of work and steps are the same, if work done to address the bug for one story doesnt translate to another story automatically, then it's no different than two totally different bugs.
Edit: I guess you could track it all as a single bug linked to all the stories with the Acceptance of that bug dependent on it being addressed for all stories and not just one.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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