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Anyone know how to show issues within Epics in next gen roadmap?

I see a screenshot on this roadmap documentation which has exactly what we need (showing issues related to the Epics rather than just Epics)

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/manage-epics-on-the-roadmap-976172306.html

 

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Hello everybody! 

I am happy to announce that the feature we are discussing in here has been added to the public roadmap for Jira Software Cloud and, at the moment, it is expected to be delivered before the end of 2019:

See how your issues ladder up to the big picture from the Jira roadmap - COMING IN 2019

Get a better sense of what your team is working on, at a glance, right from the roadmap. With the addition of roadmap hierarchy, you'll be able to see all the stories, tasks, and other child issues that roll up to your Epics.

See how your issues ladder up to the big picture from the Jira roadmap

 

Cheers,
Dario

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@Raphael Suttiyotin  and @Jack ,

Sorry for late reply but I am actually at the Atlassian Open in Vienna and it is quite busy over here (if you happen to be around, come find me at the support bar ;) ).

I got in touch with the developers and they told me that the feature was indeed available to the customers that subscribed to the Early Access Program. 

The ability to expand Epics will be back, however since roadmaps are still under heavy development and testing they could not provide any official ETA for it. 

In the meanwhile, you can do as explained in my previous post to see the child issues for an Epic.

 

Cheers,
Dario

Thanks @Dario Bonotto - Looking forward to the feature release :)

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You are very welcome! And I hope to see it back asap as well. In a scenario with a lot of epics it really improves the usability (and therefore the efficiency)

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Jack Community Leader Sep 05, 2019

good question. I recall seeing this in the early days of NG but I cannot find it anywhere now. Sure seems odd that it would have been removed as it feels very intuitive to support a tree-structure on the Roadmap view. Maybe someone knows a way to turn this on but I suspect it may have been deprecated.

Hello @Raphael Suttiyotin ,

Thanks for reporting this change of behavior (or mistake in the documentation). I can see the same behavior on my side.

In order to see the child issues for an Epic in the roadmap page, you can click on the epic itself. This will open the epic ticket on the right side of the screen and by scrolling down you can see the child issues for the epic.

See below screenshot for details:

epic-issues-roadmap.jpg

 

For the rest, I am now going to check internally whether this was an intentional change, or you just discovered a new bug, or if it is just that the wrong screenshot got added to the documentation.

 

Cheers,
Dario

Jack Community Leader Sep 05, 2019

thanks for checking on this Dario. I might be mistaken here as I don't use NG on a daily basis, but I seem to recall that you could see them either in the roadmap pane or the epic detailed sidebar. The ability to expand/collapse Epics in the roadmap pane is a nice feature.

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