Show sprint information in Epics


we're thinking about organizing work packages in Epics.

Each Epic would contain a list of software development tasks, which will be implemented by different teams in separate sprints. Usually, Epics are pretty large, so it will take several sprints to complete them. We won't add Epics to sprints, only concrete development tasks will be added to sprints.

Now I would like to extend the Epic screen to show all sprints (completed + active) which have contained one or more development tasks of the selected Epic. I'm thinking about something like this (fake screenshot):




Is there a way to show this Sprint information inside of an Epic?


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If i understand your need you want to see historical sprints and see the development tasks which were completed in the sprint. 

Coming your your question, editing the screen as you described is not possible out of the box jira. You will need to do customdevelopment for this.

However, your need can be met by going through to the sprint reports and seeing the list of development tasks completed. 

You can even using JQL to get this list of issues.

See these links for more information


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