How do you arange different workflow for Items and Sub-Tasks for "Done" in Work SCRUM board

We have a QA procedure which is done after our Sprint deliveries: this QA team verifies the Issues (PBI's) marked as "Done" in our Scrum board. The Sub-Task though, are in control by our Scrum Team, and should not be send along to the QA Team.

To accomplish this, I want the Sub-Tasks to end up in a different workflow when dragged to the Done column (prefeably "Resolved", but definately not "Fixed"), while the Issues should end up as "Fixed" when clicking the "Move to Done" button. That way, the SubTasks bypass QA, while the PBIs end up at QA team (as they should).

Is there a way to accomplish this in GreenHopper ?

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The task board columns should reflect your definition of done. In your current way of working the issues are not done until QA verify them

You could add a new column before Done called QA and this could be set to Resolved/Incomplete.

Thanks for your answer, but this is much more about setting a different workflow for PBIs and Sprint Tasks: PBIs have to go through QA, Sprint Tasks do not. While there seems to be different path for Issues and Sub-Issues (due to the "Move To Done" button for Issues, and the Columns for Sub-Issues), I cannot find a way to have a different workflow for these two.

Since you want to keep the PBIs outside your defitiion of done, how about stting up a Kanban board for the PBIs?

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