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How to see a non sub-task like a sub-task in a Scrum board?

Hi everybody,

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.

 

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This is how my related tasks look like:

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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.

 

Thanks

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Hi @Josué Cornejo ,

Can you please elaborate a little bit more? If what you want is to create issue types that are of the sub-task type, you can do that when creating a new issue type and checking the 'sub-task issue type' option.

 

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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:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapscloud/advanced-roadmaps-home-998650885.html

If advanced roadmaps is "too much" I'd suggest to search the Atlassian marketplace using the key words 'dependency management' e.g.

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search?query=dependency+management

Hope it helps,

Yes, sure.

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.

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However, in my organization we have other "issue types" which are also related to "User Stories". 

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I want to be able to see graphically all the dependancies of User Stories:

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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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