How to Show an Epic with its Tasks/Stories directly under it in a JQL Filter

William Trebes March 26, 2024

I am trying to get the epics of a project to be shown in a filter that will go into a dashboard, where the tasks/stories of an epic will be show in order. e.g. 

Epic 1 

- Task 1

- Task 2

- Story 1 

Epic 2 

- Task 3

Story 2

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Amay Purohit_RVS
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March 26, 2024

Hi @William Trebes 

 

Jira Software natively does not show this hierarchy. If you are fine to try out a mktplace app, do take a look at an add-on we have developed for the same use case.

Issue Hierarchy 

You can view/create your complete hierarchy in a tree view. With Roll up for Time estimates and Story Points and custom number fields ate each parent level. Also there are a number of smart fields like child issue types, %completed (based on statuses) available in the app.

Disclaimer : I am part of the team which developed this app

Epic Hierarchy - Gadget.PNG

William Trebes March 26, 2024

Hi Amay, 

 

Thanks for this, I will look into this. 

 

Thanks

 

 

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Trudy Claspill
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March 26, 2024

Hello @William Trebes 

There is no gadget native to Jira Cloud that will provide that hierarchical presentation of issues on a dashboard.

Are you willing to consider a third party app?

William Trebes March 26, 2024

Hi Trudy, 

 

I am open to third party applications, yes. 

 

Thanks 

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