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On the delivery tab in the product discovery project we are correctly seeing the epic and issues related to the epics in the tab (shown below) but we also have tickets related to the issues with a is a child of relationship assign and yet they aren't showing up in the board? Any ideas on how to include them in the view?
Hi @Jon Green
Looking at the image you posted, are you stating that user story CON-375 has subtasks?
If so, those should display. If they are instead linked to other issues, those will not display.
This view in Jira Product Discovery apparently only recognizes issue configured in the hierarchy and not issue links.
Would you please post an image showing that, where the story CON-375 has child Tasks?
The out-of-the-box issue type hierarchy for Jira Cloud is:
Task and Story are at the same level, and so one is not a child of another. I suspect that instead your issues are related as links, and those will not appear as a hierarchy in JPD.