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How to link Epic with New Feature in the Advanced Roadmap

We have configured hierarchy in the Advanced Roadmap

Portfolio, New Feature are above the Epic in the hierarchy

We linked Portfolio with New Feature but not able to link New Feature with Epic

How to link Epic with New Feature (top of Epic) in the Advanced Roadmap?

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Dave Mathijs
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Oct 27, 2023

Hi @Prasad_Biddika you'll need to add the project(s) that have the 'Portfolio' and 'New Feature' issue types to the Issue sources of your plan. Also include all projects that have the 'Epic' issue type you want to link to. This can be done via a Filter, Board or Project.

Next, select the 'Epic' issues and link to the Parent (New Feature issue type) via Bulk actions > Parent

Do the same for 'New Feature' issues link to the Parent (Portfolio issue type).

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