I am new to JIRA administration. I want to configure specific types of issue that I created in boards, so that they appear like subtasks. And just by looking on the board, people can releaste what issues are pending to finish a US.
This is how my related tasks look like:
I think that there is a configuration that subtasks have, and I need to add it to other issue types that I want to see in a similar way. Like bugs, and other tasks and subtaks.
Hi @Josué Cornejo ,
I'm not aware of a way to do this in Jira natively, but I wonder if 'Advanced roadmaps' may help. More information can be found here:
If advanced roadmaps is "too much" I'd suggest to search the Atlassian marketplace using the key words 'dependency management' e.g.
Hope it helps,
When I create a project based on a SCRUM template (predefined by JIRA). It allows me to create "Sub-tasks" for User Stories. It is really helpful because on boards you can easily see the pending subtaks of each User Story and helps to keep track with the team.
However, in my organization we have other "issue types" which are also related to "User Stories".
I want to be able to see graphically all the dependancies of User Stories:
Meaning, that if "Tarea1" is related to "EX-4" User Story, I want to see it upper not in the "Other incidencias" section. The same for "Ex-2.2", if it is realated to "EX-1". I want to see it on the "EX-1" section, not in "Other incidencias".
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