As a product manager, I need to see labels when looking at a list of bugs so that I can more easily group them together when prioritizing a master backlog of bugs.
I keep a prioritized list of reported issues as sub-bugs within a master bug so that I can keep bugs seperate from stories in my backlog. When we sprint plan we move then from the master bug list to a sprint bug as sub bugs, so that, again, we can keep issues seperate from stories.
In my master bug, I have the ability to change the sequence order of sub-bugs so as to prioritize them and bring them in to sprints when appropriate. We can also estimate then in this format.
Optimizing on the system, we also organize/detail bugs through labels which serve as keys to indicate system components, general customer impact level, general business impact value, how the issue was identified (customer suppoprt, QA team, e] other please explain), etc.
In the issue search, I can see the full details of every sub-bug in the master bug backlog by searching for "parent = <master bug key>", but there appears to be no way to sort by sequence in the current search.
When I look at the master bug, I can see all of the sub-bugs in sequenced order, but can't see labels in this view.
I've tried sorting by rank.
It appears that sequence order of sub-bugs do not change the value of rank. Rank appears to only be changed when NOT a sub-bug, sub-defect, or sub-task. Sequence appears to be a different value alltogether.
For me to utilize rank, it appears I need to pull them out from a bug by making sub-bugs a bug, then re-moving them back as sub-bugs, every time I want to prioritize. Not optimal.
...It's true that there are projects in Jira; but they are merely a way to cut off issues, to tell them apart from other sections of work and to apply rules that are specific to that team (the schemes)....
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