i would like to create a Filter Cluster in JIRA.
That means that all EPICs belong to one specific SAGA, but to different projects. What I would like to report is the EPICs for each FixVersion from all the projects.
Is a cluster like this possible?
Hi @Sofia Dimou ,
If i got your Requirement right, There is an workaround that i can suggest .
Create a Project X where you want all you EPIC's to be present under the issue type SAGA.
(I Hope you are aware of creating a new issue type [SAGA] and assigning it to the project [x]).
Now you can use the JQL's
and using the bulk edit option you can move them to the Project X and change the ISSUE TYPE to SAGA. You can perform this individually for all 3 query results.
At last you will have all your epics in Project x under issue type Saga.
If you prefer to change only the Issue type and not moving the Issues to a new project that can also be achieved in the similar fashion , accordingly.
Note: To perform Bulk Edit option you need to have administrator privileges.
Hope i have answered your question in the appropriate required manner.
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