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Additional capabilities within the delivery tab

We have fully adopted JPD for our product management team.  Our biggest challenge right now is getting full value out of the Delivery tab.  The progress summary is fantastic, and we love being able to attach existing issues.  We mostly use this area to display epics. It would be fantastic if we could include additional jira fields in the delivery list.  We main reason we want this capability is so that we can display the Fix Version for the epic in the delivery list. We would also like the ability to specify a sort order for the items in the list as well.  Right now, we having to create separate filters to show a list of epics with the appropriate fields for each idea we create.  

Please keep the features coming for Jira Product Discovery!

Thanks,

Will

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I would love this too! We use the delivery tab of JPD to keep track of the execution of our ideas. In some cases, they may be linked up to 5+ epics, each with a number of issues in them. As a way of keeping a simple overview, I would *love* to be able to easily see, on the Delivery tab, whether a given issue was planned in a sprint or not.

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Yes! Please keep the features coming to Jira Product Discovery!

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