Hierarchical view of epics and user stories

Hi there -

Id like to look at all epics and user stories for a release in a hierarchical view. It should display all stories with the epic it belongs to and it should be in prioritized order. Ideally I would be able to collapse/expand stories for each epic. E.g.:

  • Epic 1 [expand/collapse]
    • Story 1
    • Story 2
    • Story 3
  • Epic 2 [expand/collapse]
    • Story 4
    • Story 5

Does such a gadget or view exist?

Thanks - Ton

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I'd like this feature as well.  It exists in pretty much every agile management tool I've ever used.  

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Hi, I am also looking for tree view hierarchical view where Epics and User Stories can be displayed and I can download in Excel. Can someone take this as future development requirement?

There is a hierarchy plugin (https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/5003) but that requires you to create physical links between the issues, and it doesnt take rank into consideration.

Offhand, i dont know of anything like this that currently exists.

I am looking for exactly the same option. The hierarchy plugin is not an option imho, because we 'link' the issues by using Epics.

At our current Jira version (4.3.4), the plugin handle epics.

The Links Hierachy Structure plug-in, supports it: Epics related to stories by using Epic labels (Greenhopper 6.0.6+) can be displayed on the hierarchical tree structure as they were standard issue links.

This view is provided by Easy Agile User Story Maps for Jira Server and Cloud.

No it is not. What we want is the tree view integrated on the issue page, not some additional window that looks like a kanban board.

Those requirements weren't listed originally, so no, it does not do that. But it does provide a list of stories by epic ordered by rank for a release.

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